The 1948 War of Independence is not over, and we’re losing. Last Rosh Hashanah, we picked “The Indefatigable MK Itamar Ben-Gvir” as the Jewish Press’ Man of the year, and soon after, he ...
Beyadenu reports that an all-time record number of Jews ascended to the Temple Mount in 5782. A total of 51,254 Jews ascended the Temple Mount this year. For the sake of comparison, in 5779, a ...
This is an absolutely amazing, extraordinary story that Rabbi Elimelech Biderman recently told in Eretz Yisrael. It’s about Rabbi Yoel Palach, zt”l, a very special, wonderful person, a Gerrer ...
A terrorist cell that was nicknamed the “Lion’s Den” on Arab social networks following several shooting attacks it carried out was foiled overnight Sunday after it drove into an ambush of ...
Researchers from Tel Aviv University have discovered the phenomenon of environmental destruction at the hands of humanity is not at all new — in fact, such destruction dates back to ancient times.
In November 1947 this General Assembly gathered and decided upon the creation of a Jewish State. Only a few hundred thousand Jews lived in Israel at the time, in hostile surroundings, shocked and ...
Then Air Force Commander Amir Eshel and then IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz, 2009. You may recall the heady two days during which it appeared that the President of the United States had approved ...
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas again missed no opportunity to miss an opportunity on Friday in a 47-minute harangue that he delivered as his speech at the United Nations General Assembly.
On the 18th of Tishre 5571 (1810), Rabbi Nachman of Breslov passed away and was buried in the city of Uman. A few months before his passing, R. Nachman moved his residence to the town of Uman.
President Vladimir Putin congratulated Russian Jews on the holiday of Rosh Hashanah, praising the role of Jewish organizations in maintaining interethnic and interreligious dialogue in Russia.
A couple of weeks ago, the New York Times published a photo of what I had reason to believe was an elementary school classroom. I couldn’t help but notice a big, colorful sign in the classroom ...
The Jewish city and history of Beitar is remembered by observant Jews each time they break bread, for the fourth blessing of the Grace after Meals commemorates the massacre and the miracle that ...