The Shas Torah Council of Scholars said in a statement, "The world of Torah and Halakha lost one of the great halachic ajudicators of the generation."
"The state is not the property of those who are living in it today," Shamgar declared. "They are just the beginning of the message of the salvation of the children of Israel."
Chirac visited the Old City of Jerusalem, and the Western Wall, on October 22, 1996, in the second year of his first term in office.
On most days, she could be found seated by her souvenir shop window, looking out and chatting with visitors.
Ariel University announces the passing of Chancellor Yigal Cohen Orgad, 82, a former Minister of Finance, and one of the founders of Ariel University.
Gluck formed a bond with former MK Yaakov “Ketzaleh” Katz of Bet El, in Samaria.
The 21-year-old victim was a resident of the southern Israeli city of Be’er Sheva.
Rabbi Aharon Chaim provided assistance to his father with the daily affairs of running the yeshiva.
The funeral for Mrs. Adelaide Friedman, mother to Ambassador David Friedman, is set for Tues. (Aug. 6) at 11 am in Hewlett NY.
Rabbi Bauman was extraordinarily dedicated to his students. He made sure every student in his class understood the material being taught, practically tailoring his teaching to each talmid.
In 2005, Morgenthau, 85 years of age, ran against a much younger challenge and a vigorous campaigner, former state court judge Leslie Crocker Snyder. Morgenthau won re-election with more than 99% of the vote.
Bar was reported missing on Monday morning, when Israeli searchers working together with local authorities tracked him down.
The 45-year-old DJ, known to Israelis as Perplex” was a resident of Haifa.
To Rabbi Noson’s shock, the book engendered controversy. He had spent his entire life as a happy member of the yeshivah world, which he revered.
The radical success of 20th century "women’s liberation," whether you are for or against it, could not be imagined without the pill.
The president and his family will receive condolence calls (shiva) at the presidential residence in Jerusalem on Thursday and Friday.
"I . . . wish that our world will always have people in it who make poetry from it."
Nechama Rivlin is expected to be buried on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem in the plot designated for the nations’ leaders and their families.
NGO Monitor president Gerald Steinberg noted that “unfortunately, human-rights rhetoric and values are too often manipulated for narrow political agendas. [His] principled voice will sorely be missed.”
Herman Wouk studied Talmud daily and for a great part of his life also led a weekly Talmud class.
The Admor gave voice the spiritual heroism of Jews during the Holocaust and did all he could to honor the memory of its victims.
The child and his family were visiting relatives in the community for the Passover holiday.
"His hard work and unwavering commitment to regional stability were truly appreciated. He will be sorely missed.”
Sgt. Baumel will be laid to rest in the national military cemetery on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem.
The Rebbe was laid to rest beside his father, the previous Rebbe, in Monsey.
The Rebbe, zt'l was known for the thousands of niggunim he composed.
Rabbi Moshe Yehuda Leib Landau served in his position for 32 years and operated a kosher-certification supervision organization, in addition to overseeing other religious issues for the city.
“By refusing with bravery to quit in the face of anti-Semitism and barbary, he honored France.”
“The foundations that Rafi laid in the first years of the state are a significant layer in the activities of the Mossad even today. The people of Israel owe him much."
Rabbi Ettinger served for three years as dean of the Oz V'Emunah hesder yeshiva in the Neve Sha'anan neighborhood in southern Tel Aviv.