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On an unseasonably warm Friday in early January, the tune of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” drew more than a hundred baseball fans to an empty lot in the center of Beit Shemesh, a small … more
A Palestinian driver rammed a truck into a crowd of Israeli soldiers Sunday at the scenic Haas Promenade overlooking Jerusalem’s Old City, killing four and injuring 16 others in a terror attack … more
Last Wednesday, when a manslaughter conviction was handed down against IDF soldier Elor Azaria, was a complex, difficult and sad day for Israel. Some in Israel called it a black day; others touted it … more
My dad is coming from the U.S. to visit us in Israel this week. As always, we will devote one morning to praying at the Kotel. As always, he will stop by the hugest worn-off stone—his regular … more
The 1948–49 War of Independence was Israel’s longest, costliest and most fateful war, says one veteran, who at age 97 still speaks to audiences about his experiences. Harold (Smoky) … more
When terror struck in Jerusalem on Sunday, the world paid attention. News of the murder of four young Israelis spread quickly, along with messages of sympathy for a country in mourning. The New … more
JERUSALEM — A truck crashed into a group of soldiers in eastern Jerusalem, killing four and injuring at least 15, in what is suspected to be a terror attack. The soldiers had just gotten off … more
Gov. Mike Huckabee headlined an Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce symposium at the Knesset in Jerusalem on Tuesday. A dozen MKs attended the special Knesset session on the first day of a … more
A Jerusalem Post editorial on Wednesday criticized Prime Minister Netanyahu’s response to last Friday’s anti-Israel vote. Under the headline, “Bibi’s fight against U.N. vote … more
Emotions are running high following the Obama administration’s decision to allow the U.N. Security Council to pass a resolution condemning Israeli settlements. Here are seven questions aimed at … more
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