(JNS) [At press time] Israel was scheduled to launch its initial mission to the moon on Thursday, February 21, which also represents the world’s first privately funded lunar voyage, announced Israeli nonprofit SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI).
(Israel Hayom/JNS) U.S. Vice President Mike Pence made his first-ever visit to Auschwitz last week, viewing a train car, crematoriums and the hair of victims that make it such a powerful testament to the evil that befell Europe in the last century.
“I traveled in our delegation with people who had
(JNS) Following Palestinian Media Watch director Itamar Marcus’ recent briefings before members of parliament and government officials in Norway and Sweden, Parliament members from both countries said they would seek changes in their governments’ funding to the Palestinian Authority.
Ali Reich is studying at Midreshet HaRova in the Old City of Jerusalem. She grew up in East Brunswick, attended Kushner for elementary school and high school, and went to Camp Moshava IO in the summers. Her family davens at the Young Israel of East Brunswick.
(Courtesy of AMIT) Four robotics teams from AMIT schools have advanced to the national round of the FIRST LEGO League competition after excelling at the regional stage.
Kipa Bots, the team from the AMIT Mr. & Mrs. Lester Sutker Art and Sciences Jr. and Sr. High School for
In perhaps most other cultures, if a child reached college age and immediately moved out of the country, resettled in another nation and joined their army, people might consider it highly unusual, eccentric and perhaps even disloyal. They might also wonder if there was something seriously wrong in the family
(Courtesy of Yeshiva University) On Saturday, January 26, 1,500 students gathered for the 21st Yeshiva University-Kedma Inter-Seminary Choir Competition, an annual event sponsored by Yeshiva University’s S. Daniel Abraham Israel Program in collaboration with the Israeli organization Kedma.
Like many former residents of Teaneck, Jonathan Feldstein now happily makes his home in Israel, where he is an unabashed ambassador for the Jewish state. He is currently working on an initiative to encourage people to enter the March 15 Jerusalem Marathon. But he’s reaching out to churches—not synagogues—to
Both the president and the vice president of the United States reprimanded Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) for recent anti-Semitic
(JNS) U.S. Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt shot down a Fox News report claiming that the administration’s peace plan was complete and had gotten the endorsement of the president.
According to the Fox News report, which is based on two senior administration
(Israel Hayom/JNS) Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries in Seoul, South Korea, are completing the first-ever mikvah built in the country. Jewish women seeking ritual-bath services have thus far had to travel quite a distance—to China or Japan. The beach was also an option, though an awkward
(Jerusalem Post) The Jerusalem Rabbinical Court has issued a decision instructing the Egged bus company to fire one of its employees within 30 days because of his refusal to grant a divorce to his wife.
Even before the couple in question came to Israel several years ago, the husband had been violent