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‘Fury’ a blistering account of World War II—sans the Holocaust

‘Fury’ a blistering account of World War II—sans the Holocaust

Click photo to download. Caption: A movie poster for “Fury.” Credit: Fury Facebook page. By Jason Stack/JNS.org Going into a World War II film, audiences expect to see…

Discovering Japan in Jerusalem

Discovering Japan in Jerusalem

Sumo, Sake, and Origami, Come to Israel’s Capital During Japan Culture Week By Anav Silverman Tazpit News Agency It’s not every day that a world champion sumo wrestler…

“When it Truly Hurts You Scream”

“When it Truly Hurts You Scream”

Saturday night, down town Jerusalem, my political antenna  picked up a strong signal as  I came  across a  gathering of  about a hundred young people, some  carrying signs.…

‘Israeli Military Industries’ Up for Sale to Private Bidders

‘Israeli Military Industries’ Up for Sale to Private Bidders

Israel Navy with Tanin Submarine. Photo: IDF. The State of Israel is looking for a buyer for Israeli Military Industries (IMI), and has asked investment banks around the…

Hamas military chief Mohammed Deif is alive, Mashaal claims

Hamas military chief Mohammed Deif is alive, Mashaal claims

Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal. Credit: Wikimedia Commons. (JNS.org) Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal said in a Vanity Fair interview published Tuesday that the terrorist organization’s military wing commander, Mohammed…

Israel and Australia sign new work visa deal

Israel and Australia sign new work visa deal

The flag of Australia. Credit: Wikimedia Commons. (JNS.org) Israel and Australia signed an agreement on Wednesday that will allow young adults from both countries to get work visas…

Hamas, Islamic Jihad Applaud Jerusalem Terror Attack as ‘Act of Heroism’

Hamas, Islamic Jihad Applaud Jerusalem Terror Attack as ‘Act of Heroism’

Light Rail shooting. The vehicle. Photo: Rotter.net Jerusalem Post – Hamas and Islamic Jihad hailed Wednesday’s terrorist act by an east Jerusalem resident who rammed his car into…

BUSINESS WEEKLY

By Rabbi Meir Orlian Ma’aser For Aliyah Congregation Kol Tefillah was packed for Simchas Torah. In order to raise money for the shul, the honorary roles of the…

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Museum ready to illuminate millennium-long Jewish history of Poland

Museum ready to illuminate millennium-long Jewish history of Poland

Click photo to download. Caption: A wooden synagogue that is part of “The Jewish Town”…

OHEL Honors our “Angel of Mercy” – Miriam Lubling a’h” at 45th Annual Gala

OHEL Honors our “Angel of Mercy” – Miriam Lubling a’h” at 45th Annual Gala

(Brooklyn, NY)  -  OHEL Children’s Home and Family Services is proud to remember and celebrate…

Jerusalem conference promotes interfaith environmental activism

Jerusalem conference promotes interfaith environmental activism

A panel discussion at the Faith and Ecology Conference in Jerusalem, which drew Jewish, Christian,…

Group Seeks to Give Hope to 11 Widows, 26 Orphans From Operation Protective Edge (INTERVIEW)

Group Seeks to Give Hope to 11 Widows, 26 Orphans From Operation Protective Edge (INTERVIEW)

The logo for the IDF Widows and Orphans Organization. Photo: Screenshot. Israel’s IDF Widows &…

Canadian Jewish institutions ramping up security following jihadist incidents

Canadian Jewish institutions ramping up security following jihadist incidents

OTTAWA (JTA) — Canadian Jewish institutions are stepping up security after the murder of two…

Pawnshops, eBay, and Halacha

Pawnshops, eBay, and Halacha

By Rabbi Yair Hoffman There is a law in New York City that all pawnshops…

Linda Mangano Receives Humanitarian Award At J.E.T.S. 17th Annual Dinner

Linda Mangano Receives Humanitarian Award At J.E.T.S. 17th Annual Dinner

Linda Mangano was presented with the Julianna Blissard 2014 Humanitarian Award at the J.E.T.S. (Joining…

Beyond ‘Klinghoffer’: opera’s composer, librettist have broader Jewish problem

Beyond ‘Klinghoffer’: opera’s composer, librettist have broader Jewish problem

  By Myron Kaplan/JNS.org One of the most controversial operas in recent memory, “The Death…


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Taking America Back

Taking America Back

By Larry Gordon Sometimes the smallest, most innocuous gesture has the ability to move worlds and have an impact on millions. And that is precisely the story as…

Safety Of A Sacred Space

Safety Of A Sacred Space

By Rebbetzin Lisa Septimus My e‑mail, Facebook, and Jewish media resources are inundated by the many articles and posts circulating about the recently alleged abuses by a prominent…

Klinghoffer Lives On

Klinghoffer Lives On

B Y  L A R R Y  G O R D O N He was a stroke victim confined to a wheelchair who wanted to go on enjoying…

Commerce On The Wild Wild Web

Halachic Musings By Rabbi Yair Hoffman There is a law in New York City that all pawnshops have to keep a log of all used items that they…

Just One Shabbos

By Phyllis J. Lubin “What is the next holiday?” Yosef has asked after every yom tov since Rosh Hashanah. Lately, we seem be reviewing the schedule of holidays…

Olive What He’s Having

By Rabbi Avrohom Sebrow During the Second Temple period, Eretz Yisrael suffered from a great famine. The great sage Rebbe Yochanan HaChorani survived by subsisting on dried bread…

Just Thinking

By Hannah Reich Berman What a pity it is that more people do not qualify for work in a think tank. It is my belief that the world…