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Relatives of some of the hostages in Gaza visited HaGaon HaRav Moshe Shternbuch on Wednesday and asked for a bracha. The relatives also wrote down the names of their relatives

Google employees, who staged a sit-in at the California office of Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian for over eight hours to demand the company’s cessation of business ties with Israel,

A lawsuit filed by Rep. Ronny Jackson of Texas and victims of terror attacks in Israel alleges that the Biden administration has unlawfully provided $1.5 billion in aid to organizations

Shas chairman Aryeh Deri has accused Minister of War Benny Gantz of obstructing any potential agreements regarding the enlistment of Yeshiva Bochrim into the IDF. In an interview with the

Iran’s president has warned that the “tiniest invasion” by Israel would bring a “massive and harsh” response, as the region braces for potential Israeli retaliation after Iran’s attack over the

A video of “innocent” Gazan civilians enjoying themselves at the beach in the city of Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip went viral on Wednesday. The footage caused widespread

Numerous House Democrats in Washington, D.C. declined to condemn the burning of the American flag and chanting of “Death to America” when questioned by a reporter this week. The questions

As pro-Hamas demonstrators disrupted key U.S. transportation hubs on Monday, spanning from San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge to the entrance of Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, a Republican senator appeared on

An IDF fighter pilot spoke to The Telegraph about his experience defending Israel from the unprecedented Iranian attack overnight Motzei Shabbos. “Major G” said that thwarting the over 350 missiles

The IDF have demolished the homes of terrorists Ahmed Zidat, 25, and Mahmoud Zidat, 44, both residents of the West Bank town of Bani Naim. The two, who were cousins,

In a notable recognition of her relentless advocacy, Rachel Goldberg, the mother of 23-year-old hostage Hersh Goldberg-Polin, has been listed by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential

A 62-year-old driver has been arrested and charged in connection with the fatal accident of a 10-year-old girl in a Williamsburg intersection on Tuesday afternoon, police announced on Wednesday. The

A voting technology company targeted by bogus fraud claims related to the 2020 presidential election settled a defamation lawsuit Tuesday against a conservative news outlet. The settlement between Florida-based Smartmatic

By: Dr. Haym Dayan Of all the preparations for the holiday, ultimately, what really matters most to us are our children. Below is a short guide – a few minutes

Several months after the launch of the innovative and unprecedented campus in Beitar Illit, for especially for special needs children and their families, the Boyaner Rebbe, shlita, conducted a lengthy

Israel Hayom reported that Air Canada, which had resumed flights to Israel on April 10, has stopped selling tickets for flights to Israel. The airline had halted flights to and

Former U.S. Sen. and two-term Florida Gov. Bob Graham, who gained national prominence as chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee in the aftermath of the 2001 terrorist attacks and as

As Pesach approaches, many people look for ways to educate and learn about the Pesach holiday ahead of the Seder. In this list, we’ll take a look at the top

A massive fire destroyed a Shul in Pomona Heights, early Wednesday morning. Tragically, three Sifrei Torah were destroyed in the blaze. The “Chassidim at 110 Shul” located at the corner

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