Canadian City Reverses Menorah Ban

“The decision was wrong and reeks of discrimination,” the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies stated of the initial ban.

Minister Cameron: Winston Churchill Who Fought Hitlerism Had No Illusions about Islam

Churchill witnessed a fervent zeal in the Muslims' approach to warfare.

New York City Mosques Can Now Publicly Call to Prayer on Fridays and Ramadan

NYC mosques will be allowed to use external loudspeakers on Friday afternoons and every evening of Ramadan to call for prayers.

Hunter Biden Begged God for Help at Nephew’s Bar Mitzvah

What was a Catholic man with a rather shady past doing in a synagogue, reading aloud the Blessing for the wellbeing of the country?

New Jersey Supreme Court: Religious Schools Have Right to ‘Teachers Who Follow Their Faith’

“This decision is a victory for all religious schools in the state of New Jersey, but it is especially important for Orthodox Jews,” stated Eric Rassbach of the nonprofit firm Becket.

Israel Testing Separate-Swimming Times in Public Nature Parks

The separate swimming times will be during hours the parks have previously been closed to all visitors.

Jews and Muslims Unite at Rally to Denounce Desecration of Sacred Texts

Attitudes in Europe, and in Sweden and Denmark in particular, have challenged basic respect for the religious beliefs of other and common decency in general.

KKL-JNF Presents: Ancient Synagogues You Must Visit on your Israel Vacation

The ancient synagogues tell the Jewish story spanning thousands of years.

Muslim Activist Cancels Bible Burning in Sweden

“I want to show that we have to respect each other, we live in the same society. If I burn the Torah, another the Bible, another the Quran, there will be war here."

When Lincoln Borrowed a Philadelphia Rabbi’s Tammuz 17 Reference for the Gettysburg Address

In 1863, the day of Shabbat, July 4, Independence Day, fell on the first day of the three weeks, Tammuz 17, but because it was Shabbat, as is the case this year, 2019, the fast was pushed off to Sunday.

Orthodox Union: In ‘Groff v DeJoy,’ Supreme Court ‘Finally’ Righted a Wrong in Sabbath...

The high court unanimously ruled in favor of a religious postman who sought to arrange his schedule so he didn’t have to work on his Sabbath.

Ayatollah Khamenei: The Only Reason We Don’t Have Nuclear Weapons Is Our Muslim Faith

Khamenei said that parties opposing Iran’s nuclear activities are untruthful when it comes to abiding by their promises.

Emulating Anti-Zionist Academia, Im Tirtzu Busts Talk by Jewish American Scholar

Right or wrong, Im Tirtzu imitated all the nasty things the left has been doing to us.

Pew Poll: 65% of Americans Say Belief in God Unnecessary for Moral Life

Israel is an anomaly in the data with almost an even split between those who say belief in God is and isn’t a prerequisite for morality.

Bar Ilan Professor Solves Age Old Issue: How Big Was the Talmudic Egg?

Bar-Ilan U. Prof. Zohar Amar discovered ancient eggs were smaller than previously believed.

US, UN Officials Use ‘Puzzling’ Language Equating Tensions with Ramadan, Passover and Easter

“With this statement, the State Department has effectively given Palestinian groups a green light to attack Israel,” Jonathan Schanzer, of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, told JNS.

Inscription Bearing Name of King Achashverosh’s Father Discovered in Tel Lachish

The Aramaic inscription reads “Year 24 of Darius,” dating it to 498 BCE.

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Case on Sabbath Observance

The appellant, a postal worker, says he was forced from his job.

Michigan Muslims Win Right to Sacrifice Goats – Somebody Tell Ben Gvir

Who knows, maybe by the time Passover arrives, the country will be ready for such a liberating event…

Physicians, Religious Leaders, Attend MDA Conference on Breast Milk Donation

The head of the Islamic court said children who receive milk from the same mother would be considered siblings and may not marry each other.

Historic First: Women Take Israeli State Exam in Jewish Religious Law

Among the subjects tested were Sabbath laws, marriage and divorce, family purity and mourning.

Interfaith Conference Brings to Haifa Muslims from Egypt, Bahrain, UAE, Morocco, Turkey

The Haifa Laboratory for Religious Studies at the University of Haifa last week held its first international interfaith conference, hosting leading religious figures and...

Christian Dutch Woman Whose Parents Saved Jews Ascends the Temple Mount

She remembers how during WW2 her parents hid 22 Jews (as well as a few non-Jews).

United Hatzalah Teams Up with 2 Groups to Bring Bed-Ridden Child to the Kotel

Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitch, the Kotel Rabbi, came to bless Yosef Yitzchak on his birthday and gave him a Book of Psalms as a gift.

TAU, HU Scientific Breakthrough: Geomagnetic Fields Reveal Truth of Biblical Narratives

“Our location here in Israel is uniquely conducive to archaeomagnetic research, due to an abundance of well-dated archaeological findings."

Rumors: 85-Year-Old Pope Mulling Retirement

"At the moment, I don't feel that the Lord is asking this of me," Pope Francis stated.

PA to Deliver Saturday’s Matriculation Results on Friday to Shabbat Observers

The Palestinian Authority decided to honor the Samaritans’ demand and respect their Shabbat.

Jellyfish Swarm in Israel Unusually Intense as 9 B’Av Approaches

It has been established that the swarm of “meduzas” arrive on Israel’s shores around Tamuz 17 and floats away after 9 B’Av.

Report: Rabbi Eliezer Melamed Met with Conservative Leaders to Avoid Kotel Violence on 9...

Rabbi Melamed said that if more people wish to pray in a mixed group, “the authorities will increase and expand the Ezrat Israel section for them as needed."


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