(Arutz Sheva) Last week, the American Jewish Congress hosted a special Executive Briefing Call with Major General (ret.) Yaakov Amidror, former
(JNS) U.S. President Donald Trump this week signed new bipartisan legislation committing the United States to preventing genocide, named in honor of Holocaust survivor and Nobel Prize laureate Elie Wiesel.
The Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act makes the prevention of genocide and other
(JNS) Iran launched a satellite-carrying rocket into space this week amid fears from Israel and the United States.
However, although the rocket carrying the Payam satellite successfully passed its first and second phases, it
(TPS) “The gravest threat we face is not the third Lebanon war, but the first northern war—simultaneous conflict with Hezbollah in Lebanon, Syria and Iran, which Hamas in the south is likely to join,” warned IDF Maj-Gen (res.) Amos Yadlin.
Speaking this week while presenting President Reuven Rivlin
(JNS) The Senate failed to reach the necessary 60 votes this week to end debate on Republican-introduced legislation that, if enacted, would impose fresh sanctions on Syria, as well as boost security cooperation with Israel and Jordan amid the announced gradual withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria. It is also aimed at tackling the
Josh Erber is studying at Yeshivat Lev HaTorah in Ramat Bet Shemesh. He grew up in Englewood, attended Moriah for elementary school, and SAR for high school. His family davens at Kehilat Kesher.
His next stop? Yeshiva University’s Honors Program.
(JNS) U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is expected to rebuke the Middle East agenda of former President Barack Obama, which U.S. President Donald Trump has largely done by withdrawing from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and treating Israel as an ally instead of an adversary, as well as
(JNS) New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft will be awarded what Time magazine has dubbed the “Jewish Nobel:” the Genesis Prize, one of Israel’s top awards.
Kraft, 77, will be given the honor for his longtime
(Israel Hayom) Moshe Arens, a prominent Likud member who served in various ministerial positions and as Israel’s ambassador to the United States, died early Monday morning at 93.
Arens was born in Lithuania in 1925 and moved to the United States in 1939. After serving in the U.S. Army, he moved to the
Alyssa Schnipper is studying at Nishmat in Jerusalem. She’s from Union, New Jersey, and grew up in the Elizabeth Jewish community. Her family davens at the Elmora Hills Minyan. She attended Kushner for elementary and high school, and recently attended the Bet Midrash Program at Moshava IO, joining as a counselor
(Courtesy of ALEH) Over the course of 2018, ALEH (www.ALEH.org), Israel’s network of care for children with severe complex disabilities, developed the “Dreams Come True” project, an initiative that focuses on granting the wishes of the ALEH residents, all of whom
During our yearly trips to Israel, we are always looking to identify the latest sites and the newest offerings. The Israel Museum in Jerusalem, now in its 54th year, is often overlooked, with a “been there, done that” attitude. Not this time! We spent a most incredible 3 1/2 hours exploring three new history-making