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This introduction to the new three-volume “Theodor Herzl: Zionist Writings” is by Gil Troy, who edited the set. The inaugural publication of the Library of the Jewish People, it is being … more
Gush Katif was a bloc of 17 Israel settlements in the southern Gaza strip. In August 2005, the government forcibly removed the 8,600 residents from their homes and their communities were demolished … more
Israel’s 66-hour campaign targeting the military leadership of Palestinian Islamic Jihad was a major success on multiple levels. The first was military: Israel succeeded in taking out the … more
Twenty-eight US undergraduates are participating in the 11th annual Summer Science Research Internship Program, a joint initiative of Bar-Ilan University and Yeshiva University enabling students to … more
Tel Aviv’s Ichilov Hospital inaugurated its new 3-story Sylvan Adams Emergency Hospital on July 28. At 86,000 square feet, it is the largest emergency room in the world. “I commend you … more
At his first-ever address in Israel last Wednesday, Ben Shapiro, founding editor-in-chief and editor emeritus of The Daily Wire and host of “The Ben Shapiro Show,” made the case that … more
On Sunday afternoon, conservative firebrand Ben Shapiro, an observant Jew, ascended to the Temple Mount to pray with his parents and others. The visit followed his address … more
Palestinian NGOs take a hypocritical approach towards children’s rights. On the one hand, they claim to champion those rights and allegations of their abuse feature prominently in NGO campaigns … more
Maayan Kitron hands me a weird-looking yellow fruit wrapped in a cocoon. Gently, I open the papery husk and take a sweet bite of this golden berry whose flavor has been compared … more
You can get your kicks on Route 66, as Nat King Cole made famous. Or instead, you can take a road trip through the Bible on Israel’s Route 60. Former US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman … more
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