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JERUSALEM — I was in Israel for 36 hours before I saw daylight this week. Which can only mean one of three things: 1. The weather was lousy. 2. I am speaking metaphorically. 3. I am at … more
Member of Knesset Michael Oren (Kulanu), the deputy minister for diplomacy in the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office, said Monday that the forthcoming Trump administration “spells the end of … more
The chief rabbi of an area affected by the wildfires that cut across Israel said couples whose marriage licenses were destroyed in the blazes cannot live together until they … more
One year after he was rushed by medics to Shaare Zedek Hospital after being shot in the leg outside Mearas Hamachpela, a Cedarhurst resident returned with his entire family to Chevron to recite a … more
As the wildfires that raged across this country for nearly a week were subdued Sunday, Israelis surveyed the devastation in search of answers. The fires, which continued to flare … more
With fire trucks donated by the Young Israel of Woodmere and its members seeing action in Israel’s arson war, the YIW plans to donate two more. The shul raised $125,000 between Friday … more
Against the backdrop of this month’s long-overdue leadership elections for Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah party, Palestinians in the West Bank face an uncertain … more
The 4,000 year old story of Bet El continues on Sunday, Dec. 4, when American Friends of Bet El draws Israel-boosting headliners to its 34th annual dinner at the Marriott Marquis in Manhattan — … more
JERUSALEM — Archaeologists unveiled a 2,700-year-old papyrus fragment, described as “the earliest extra-biblical source to mention Jerusalem in Hebrew writing” the Israel … more
Israel could have done a better job of enlisting Christian allies in its efforts to prevent the United Nations from passing a resolution erasing the Jewish connection to the Temple … more
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