PLO to Punish Arabs Who Danced with Religious Jews at Engagement Party

In response to the threats, a terrified Chief Radi issued a heartfelt apology on his Facebook page, in which he swore to Allah that he was not aware of the Israelis' participation in the engagement ceremony.

Israel All But Admits Waqf Added Mosque on Temple Mount, Disobeys Court Shutdown Order

Jews believe the gate was sealed by the Muslims because of the tradition that this is the gate through which the Anointed One will enter Jerusalem.

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Nearly Two-Dozen New House Democrats Scheduled to Travel to Israel in August

The trip, to be led by House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.), allows new members to hear from Israeli and Palestinian officials, in addition to exploring and learning about the Jewish state.

Liberman: I’ll Do Everything to Unite Likud, Blue & White, Keep Haredim Out

Why would Netanyahu agree to include the politician who so humiliated him in the spring in the next government?

PLO to Punish Arabs Who Danced with Religious Jews at Engagement Party

In response to the threats, a terrified Chief Radi issued a heartfelt apology on his Facebook page, in which he swore to Allah that he was not aware of the Israelis' participation in the engagement ceremony.

Bipartisan Resolution Condemning Anti-Semitism Unanimously Passes Senate

The move took place three months after the U.S. House of Representatives was criticized for watering down and passing a resolution condemning anti-Semitism and Islamophobia.

Graham, Zeldin Slam Buttigieg for Threat to Cut US Aid Over Potential West Bank Annexation

“By invoking assistance to Israel, Mayor Buttigieg used one of the most long-standing bipartisan issues as a political instrument in his fight for the 2020 Democratic nomination,” said AJCongress president Jack Rosen.

Atlanta Orthodox Synagogue Breaks from Young Israel over Politics, Support of Trump

The Young Israel of Toco Hills announced that its name will now be Kehillat Ohr Hatorah, Hebrew for “Light of the Torah,” after 93 percent of voting synagogue members voted to separate from Young Israel.

Make Jerusalem a Priority

Even an interim Israeli government can clean-up the city, stop dithering on construction, rebuff deleterious foreign pressures, and invest in all sectors of Israel’s national capital. It can reestablish forward Zionist momentum – for the greater good of both Arab and Jewish residents, and to secure the national goal of a united, livable and luminous Jerusalem.

A New Front In NYC’s War On Religious Freedom

Many jurisdictions across the country have banned so-called “conversion therapy” for minors, but New York’s law goes even further by covering patients of all ages.

Zina the Hounded- the Hatred that Never Wants to Talk

'Palestinianism' isn't about Palestinians, it is about Jews and Israel. Zina is just an example of a far bigger problem. One that holds people captive, trapped in a conflict and with no permission to escape. Palestinianism has even held millions of people in refugee camps for three generations.

A Father Speaks Out: The Murder of Malki Roth and the Refusal of Jordan to Extradite the Beast Ahlam Tamimi

Malki will never be a statistic but an inspiration. And in remembering her, we also realize that she and the savage who engineered her death are not—as several dull journalists said to me at various points in the weeks after the massacre—two sides of the same coin

June 7th 1981-Operation Opera: The Reason Saddam Hussein Didn’t Get The Bomb

Just imagine a world with Iraq or, God forbid, a terrorist with their hands on a nuclear weapon. If it wasn’t for Menachem Begin, a Prime Minister with guts to give the orders to protect Israel, knowing (but not caring) that a world would absolutely freak, and the heroes of the IDF who flawlessly performed their mission, this scary world have happened already.

Emes Ve-Emunah: Science and Creation – Not a Contradiction

There is no contradiction between scientific theories of evolution and the existence of God who created the universe. Scientific inquiry and study can perhaps determine 'what' happened - and when it happened along evolutionary time. But it cannot determine 'how' it happened.

Monkey Business and the Avocado Grenade – Israel on My Mind [audio]

In this week's show, your hosts discuss Ross' recent trip to Washington D.C. They also talk about Moldova's announced Embassy move and an exciting new tour of Israel. They provide their listeners with an update from the Palestinians on their views of the Trump administration's much-anticipated peace plan. The fun lasts for the entire show. Jono provides a report on the curious monkey who visited Israel, and on "Trump Monkeys" in the Jerusalem zoo. A man was arrested after pulling a heist with avocado, and in a bit of topsy turvy news, Rep. Ilhan Omar is now part of a new Black Jewish Congressional caucus. These stories and more in Monkey Business and the Avocado Grenade.

Jewish Nazi Dykes and the 10 Commandments – YIKES! – Political Hitman [audio]

Howie talks about Jewish exclusion at the Dyke March in Washington DC and then talks about the 10 Commandments...It's a must hear show!

Holistic Overlap – Pull Up a Chair [audio]

The Torah has much to say about protecting the environment and eating healthily. Nevertheless, many observant Jews seem unaware of the mind/body/soul connection. Andrea explores her favorite questions regarding the non-exclusivity of Torah and health.

You Can Say That Again

When He revealed the Decalogue at Mount Sinai, however, the entire Jewish people were gathered at the mountain, so G-d “raised His voice” and we therefore speak of the “Aseret HaDibrot.”

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Lulav Or Shofar On Shabbos 'It Refers To Tithing In Our Days' (Bechoros 61a)

Whom Do We Believe?

A borrower generally would not have the audacity to falsely claim that he repaid a loan, especially since the creditor did him a favor by lending him money.

Where To Look For A Story

Inspiration is everywhere-especially in the small things--if we pay attention.

Sincerely Confess

The great mussar giants often said: It is not the hand that has to strike the heart; it is the heart that has to hit the hand.

Wonderful Wine Insights

It is clear that when we drink wine on Shabbos, we are enjoying a small taste of the World to Come.

How Many Likes Do I Have?

Instead of being on fire over our virtual identity, let the true fire from our neshama burn brightest.

The Second Chances of Pesach Sheini

Hashem gives us another chance, each year, in the hopes we will find our way back.

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