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Following the Supreme Court ruling on Tuesday morning that bnei yeshivos must be drafted to the IDF and funding to the yeshivos halted, UTJ chairman Meir Gafni published a photo

In a dramatic ruling published on Tuesday morning, the Supreme Court published its decision on petitions regarding the Charedi draft law and ruled that the government must draft bnei yeshivos

In a meeting with Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken emphasized the need for Israel to take additional steps to protect humanitarian workers and ensure

IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Herzi Halevi announced yesterday that the military is nearing victory over Hamas’s Rafah Brigade in the southern Gaza Strip. During a visit to the

Over 100 victims of the October 7th massacre filed a lawsuit on Monday in a New York federal court against the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees

Sleep issues affect millions of people worldwide and they take a major toll on our community as well. So many people are struggling with insomnia, apnea, and other chronic sleep issues

Car dealerships in North America continue to wrestle with major disruptions that started last week with cyberattacks on a software company used widely in the auto retail sales sector. CDK

Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar, one of the masterminds of the Oct. 7 terror attacks, is hiding like a “cornered rat” in tunnels in Gaza, the New York Post reported. The

Rarely, if ever, has one candidate in a presidential debate had so much material to use against the other. Republican Donald Trump has been convicted of 34 felony counts with

On Sunday, three prominent Jewish community activists, Abe Rosenberg, Abe Rutner – both leaders of the Sullivan County JCC, along with Jewish community activist Chaskel Bennet, met with Speaker of

Thousands attended the Levaya of Hagaon HaRav Moshe Wolfson Zt”l, the Mashgiach of Yeshiva Torah Vodaas in Flatbush, and Rov of the Emunas Yisroel Shul on 16th Avenue in Boro

The federal judge presiding over the classified documents prosecution of Donald Trump is hearing arguments Monday on whether to bar the former president from public comments that prosecutors say could

Thousands of people, including Gedolei HaTorah from across Eretz Yisroel and beyond, visited Hagaon HaRav Shaul Alter shlit”a and his family as he sat shiva following the petirah of his

In the coming days, the Supreme Court will confront a perfect storm mostly of its own making: a trio of decisions stemming directly from the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on

A violent clash between pro-Palestinian demonstrators and supporters of Israel outside the Adas Torah shul in the Pico-Robertson neighborhood of Los Angeles is now being widely condemned by political leaders

A fire likely sparked by exploding lithium batteries swept through a manufacturing factory near South Korea’s capital on Monday, killing 22 mostly Chinese migrant workers and injuring eight, officials said.

8 months ago, on October 7th, SGT Aaron Farash was tragically murdered defending his base. His wife, Sarah, and their five children, Matanel, Aviel, David, Asher, and baby Etti, are

The top U.S. military officer warned on Sunday that a war between Israel and Lebanon would risk an Iranian response in defense of the powerful Hezbollah terror group there, triggering

A planned tour of Beirut airport, intended to debunk allegations of Hezbollah weapons storage, was disrupted when reporters and cameramen were denied access to a cargo-handling area. The tour, arranged

The cargo ship Dali headed out of Baltimore for Virginia on Monday, nearly three months after it lost power and crashed into one of the Francis Scott Key bridge’s supporting

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