Martin Oliner was pleased and gratified at the number of members of congressional leadership attending a recent Washington, D.C., meeting of elected officials and Jewish national groups.
Oliner, co-president of the Religious Zionist of America and the event’s organizer, told The
For the sake of Jerusalem, let your voices be heard!
Twenty thousand people of all ages are expected at the 24th Annual Israel Day Concert in Central Park—The Concert With a Message, Sunday, June 4, the 10th of Sivan, from 2:30 until 7:30 p.m., rain or shine, free admission,
Jerusalem—On Thursday, May 25, Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, chief rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of Great Britain and the Commonwealth, visited the Jerusalem facility of ALEH (www.aleh.org), Israel’s foremost network of state-of-the-art facilities for
Afula—Dalalin Destau, a 10th-grade student at AMIT Yehuda Jr. and Sr. High School in Afula experienced a very difficult childhood. He could have just buried himself in his troubles and sunk into depression but decided to push forward and to use his experiences to help others.
Dalalin’s life story is
(Anav Silverman/TPS) Elisha Shor, 82, still tears up at the memory of the Western Wall being opened to the public for the first time on the holiday of Shavuot, just a few days after liberation of Jerusalem on June 7, 1967. A reservist in the Jerusalem Brigade at the time, Shor was positioned on the Tower of David where he
Recent aliyah events sponsored by Nefesh B’Nefesh (NBN) and the Jewish Agency have spurred over 1,500 people from the tri-state, NY-NJ-Connecticut region to express a serious interest in making aliyah to Israel during the next year.
“We have also noticed a peak in aliyah
The historic 50th anniversary celebration of “Yom Yerushalayim,” the reunification of the eastern and western portions of Jerusalem and the capture of the Old City and Western Wall, was celebrated worldwide this past week with many special events including
After a closed-door meeting, President Reuven Rivlin and U.S. President Donald Trump both spoke about the fight against terror with a special emphasis on Iran and the mutual drive to promote the political process during press briefings at the president’s residence in Jerusalem.
(Faygie Levy Holt/chabad.org) As police continue their investigation into the terrorist bombing outside the Manchester Arena in England that killed at least 22 people on May 22—some of them children—and wounded as many as 60, acts of kindness and comfort are being seen around the city.
Rabbi Shneur Cohen of Chabad Manchester City Centre
(Moran Azulay/ynetnews.com) Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed on Wednesday that the Temple Mount and the Western Wall “will forever remain under Israeli sovereignty” during a special Knesset session celebrating Jerusalem Day and marking 50 years to the capital’s unification.
(Elior Levy/ynetnews.com) U.S. President Donald Trump reportedly told Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas during their meeting Tuesday that he plans to announce a new peace initiative in the coming weeks, according to the pan-Arabic newspaper Al Hayat.
The newspaper quotes a senior source as