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Rehabilitating a crack house in Tiberias was not exactly in the job description of Rabbi Yamin Levy, spiritual leader of the Beth Hadassah Synagogue Great Neck (the Iranian Jewish Center). But that … more
The status quo on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, as formulated by Defense Minister Dayan in 1967, no longer exists. Today, the reality on the mount … more
As the modern state of Israel celebrates its 74th anniversary this week, the passage of time and the solemn black-and-white photos of the founding period lend a feeling that the country’s first … more
“There is nothing as whole as a broken heart.” —Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Kotsk Some types of pain never end. Sure, the sharp stab in the heart fades as life in all its complexity … more
It’s no secret that Israel is brimming with amazing archeological finds, ranging from huge palaces to marble toilets. While some … more
Amid a wave of deadly terrorist attacks across the country, the number of Israeli civilians applying for firearm permits reached an all-time high, according to sources in Israel’s Public … more
Former Vice President Mike Pence met on Tuesday with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett at the Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem. The two discussed the nuclear agreement with Iran … more
A four-year-old boy from Jerusalem has contracted the first known case of polio in Israel since 1989, the Health Ministry reported on Sunday. A ministry official told Israel Hayom that the child … more
Screams pierce the air as the dust clears and survivors begin to emerge from the rubble. More than 10,000 people have been killed and 20,000 more are injured. Thousands of buildings across the … more
Former Israeli prime minister and current opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu told a group of US Jewish leaders on Tuesday that the nuclear deal with Iran taking shape in Vienna would lead to … more
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