NCYI President Farley Weiss condemned the marchers who “desperately seek justice and an end to racism" and "are themselves engaging in abhorrent and hypocritical behavior that fans the flames of bigotry and hate.”
The dire need for Israeli sovereignty has nothing to do with the two-state solution, but with the safety of an estimated 3,000 Jewish homes which are once again in jeopardy.
If any statue in these United States deserves to be toppled, it's this one. King Louis the 9th hated Jews with a venom.
Cohen allegedly decided to set fire to rabbinical courts and religious councils throughout the country with the aim of stopping the provision of religious services to the secular public and thus contributing to his main goal – separation of religion and state.
The U.S. president called on governors to make such a move “right now” and threatened that “if there’s any question, they’re going to have to call me—but they are not going to be successful in that call.”
This week's unprecedented heat wave, with temperatures rising to 114 degrees Fahrenheit even along the shore, hasn't helped things.
I am not familiar, and neither is my rabbi, with a Jewish view that says an older person is deserving of a lesser medical or other attention than a younger person based on their age difference alone.
The semi-official Waqf slogan is: "Destroying Jewish artifacts and history since June, 1967."
“Rick Wiles professes to be an Evangelical Christian Pastor, but he never quotes scriptures."
Obviously, now it's time for Rabbi Pearl's people at Zomet to come up with a gramma version of Zoom.
Anyway, we should add "No WOW clashes with Haredim at the Kotel" to the long list of #Coronavirusbenefits.
The new guidelines determine that “before being buried, the body must be enclosed in a double wrap of impermeable plastic bags, and only then be brought to burial."
Rabbi Eliyahu quipped that the Pope would soon endorse building a Jewish Temple on the Temple Mount.
Those saying Kaddish should arrange to have someone say Kaddish on their behalf in places where minyanim are still being held.
Mayim Bialik, of The Big Bang Theory fame, presents an abbreviated and somewhat hyper version of the Book of Esther story.
Pius 12th was an anti-Semite and simply didn't care about the fate of European Jews.
It appears Judge Ido Druyan-Gamaliel's liberalism is so lopsided, it's a wonder he can walk the street without falling over.
The Umrah (the meaning in Arabic is literally '"to visit a populated place"') is an Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca.
The Women of the Wall claimed that despite the Orthodox's promises to bring thousands of seminar girls to drown out and interrupt the WOW service, only a few showed up.
Of course, when he made the statement, Smotrich was referring to Chabadniks, but the statement he made.
Rabbi Eliahu called on all creative people, "composers, musicians and singers to compose a gift song from Israel to the Chinese people. A song of partnership, of prayer, of blessing."
According to the Book of Revelation in the Christian Bible, Megiddo (Armageddon) is the prophesied location of a gathering of armies for a battle during the end times.
A post-Reformation script describing the relief references Luther's suggestion that the Rabbi holding up the sow’s tail is studying the Talmud.
Eighty years or so too late, but better late than never.
Kes Maharat: "We have made sacrifices to keep our Judaism. For us to come to Israel only to be told it is doubtful we are a Jewish – there's nothing more humiliating than that."
"I deeply appreciate the recent remarks of Pope Francis, that anti-Jewish persecution is neither human nor Christian, as well as the statements of other Christian leaders against rising anti-Semitism."
The large-scale excavation, carried out southeast of Tell Yavneh, has revealed a massive number of pottery kilns.
Recently, Fatah activists rioted in the village of Jifna, and then forced Christian-Arabs to pay a Jizyah tax for their "protection".
According to Tourism Ministry statistics, 55% of the approximately 4.5 million tourist entries (those staying at least one night) in 2019 were Christians.
The new promises of new construction for the Jews of Hebron offered by Defense Minister Naftali Bennett.