Tuesday, July 16, 2019


Hezbollah Drone Shot Down by IDF near Haifa

Haifa—According to JNS,  “The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) used F-16s and Israel Air Force helicopters to shoot down a drone approaching the coast of the northern city of Haifa from Lebanon. The Hezbollah terrorist organization is suspected of sending the drone. After shooting the drone down at about 6,000 feet, the IDF navy searched for its wreckage in the

Tightening the Bond: NORPAC Meets Congress

Washington, DC—Yom Yerushalayim: In the early morning hours, in towns and cities throughout the greater New York metropolitan area, (but mostly in North Jersey) one thousand dedicated supporters of Israel boarded buses for an intense day trip to Washington, D.C. to meet and speak with legislators whose votes are essential to maintaining the United States’

Jordan Faces Reality: Works with Israel on Common Cause

From Combined Services

Amman—Faced with threats from its next door neighbor Syria, a threat shared with its other neighbor, Israel, French sources report that Jordan opened two air corridors to make it possible for Israeli drones to fly over Syria without flying over Lebanon. Le Figaro, a French newspaper reported that the decision followed a secret

Sy Syms Business School Celebrates 26 Years

Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business celebrated its 26th anniversary and the graduating class of 2013 with a Gala Awards Dinner on April 23. The evening honored students and faculty who excelled within their fields and demonstrated exceptional character and included a presentation of the inaugural Sy Syms Humanitarian Award to New York Daily News

Kosher Shechita OK’d in Poland

Warsaw—The Polish government is going to allow shechita and halal slaughter in Poland, despite the ban instituted by the Polish Constitutional Court in December 2012 after animal rights groups applied pressure to do so. The new regulations still have to be adopted by Polish parliament. Written to “eliminate the most shocking methods of animal slaughter,”

OU Neighborhood Fair Showcases Communities Across America

Judy Wallace lived in Louisville, Kentucky in 2001 while being successfully treated for a medical problem. Her physician later served as sandek (holding the baby) at her son’s brit. Years afterward, with her six children in tow, Mrs. Wallace moved back to Louisville in what she described as an act of hakarat hatov,

Livni Pushes for Peace Process

Livni Pushes for Peace Process

Jerusalem—Justice Minister Tzipi Livni said last week that “the time that is passing does not serve those who believe in two states for two people.” Speaking at a political gathering, Livni said her party’s role in the government was to move the peace process forward and improve the quality of life for Israelis. “The

Unabashed and Unapologetic: “This Land is Ours!”

Mayana Prowisor is hardly the person you would expect to see featured as the Keynote Speaker at an annual gala dinner; certainly not at One Israel Fund’s prestigious 19th Anniversary Gala Dinner at Three Sixty°. Yet she, along with her mother, Suri, addressed the large crowd who had come to show their support for the heroic residents of Israel’s most

Yeshiva University High Schools Present Annual Dinner Of Tribute On May 22

Yeshiva University High Schools (YUHS) will present their Annual Dinner of Tribute on Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at Terrace on the Park, 52-11 111th Street, Flushing Meadows Park, NY. This year’s honorees include Guests of Honor Louis and Naomi Tuchman and faculty honorees Lynda Smith and Dr. Seth Taylor.

“The Board of Trustees joins the Yeshiva University

Lapid Orders 50 Million NIS for Israeli Holocaust survivors

Jerusalem—Israel Finance Minister Yair Lapid’s first directive in office ordered the immediate transfer of 50 million shekels (about $13.6 million) to the Foundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in Israel.

According to a number of Israeli newspapers, Lapid informed Ronnie Kalinsky, the foundation’s director-general, that he had ordered the

Amit Sponsors Annual Mother-In-Israel Event

The AMIT Hindy Weinstock/Geula Chapter of Greater Teaneck will host its annual Mother-in-Israel event on Sunday evening, May 19, 2013, at 7 p.m. at Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls, 1650 Palisade Avenue in Teaneck.  Featured speaker will be Allison Josephs, founder of the outreach organization, “Jew in the City.”

Local residents Connie Kadish and

Eternal Lessons of the Holocaust Remembered at Iranian Mission in New York

“History replays itself, and today, on Yom HaShoah, we must understand that the events leading up to the murder of six million Jews during the Holocaust are happening once again at this very moment,” declared Svetlana Kharkovsky, 68, of Brooklyn, as she stood amidst several hundred people who gathered outside the Iranian mission to the United Nations in midtown