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A 99-year-old Jewish veteran of D-Day has expressed outrage and disappointment over the honoring of a Palestinian journalist who has justified Hamas atrocities against Israelis. Mervyn Kersh, from London, criticized

An investigation by the U.S. Education Department found that the University of Michigan and the City University of New York failed to protect the civil rights of their Jewish students,

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has issued a warning about the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to create false stories about World War II atrocities,

Talia Khan, a Jewish doctoral student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and president of the MIT Israel Alliance club, has been active on social media since October 7th in

Opposition Leader Yair Lapid urged lawmakers to pass the Charedi draft bill quickly, warning that “people will die” if the army is not given the tools it needs. Addressing the

A volunteer doctor, Dr. Tal Weissbach, was injured during an anti-government protest in Jerusalem last night, putting her eyesight at risk, according to the White Coats activist group. Dr. Weissbach

Two Hamas battalions have not participated in the battles against the IDF in the Gaza Strip, Kan News reported on Tuesday. According to the report, Hamas prepared a plan in

Consumers barely increased spending in May from April as still high prices on groceries and other necessities and high interest rates curbed spending. Retail sales rose 0.1% in May, below

Over the past day, IDF troops have eliminated numerous terrorists in close-quarters encounters in central and southern Gaza, including two terrorists armed with an explosive device who were identified and

President Joe Biden is taking an expansive election year step to offer relief to potentially hundreds of thousands of immigrants without legal status in the U.S., aiming to balance his

Leftist protesters are back in full swing this week, blocking highways across the country after calling for a week of protests in a call for elections. On Monday evening, violent

Electric vehicle maker Fisker filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the second electric startup to do so in the last year as even industry leaders struggle to lure more buyers

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and Federal Judge Roy Altman helped clean graffiti from a kosher bagel shop in the city that was defaced with antisemitic slogans for the second time.

It was time for more. Kesher is a shidduch center that was established 15 years ago. There were monthly meetings where Shadchanim would exchange ideas and indeed, many of them came to

A shocking investigation by Kan has uncovered that Israeli intelligence agencies possessed detailed documents outlining Hamas’ plans for the October 7th massacre, distributed mere weeks before the attack. The documents,

Janille Williams wants to buy a house someday — but first, he has to pay down tens of thousands of dollars in medical debt. “I was hospitalized for a blood

Ukraine claimed responsibility Tuesday for an overnight drone attack on a Russian oil facility that started a massive blaze in the latest long-range strike by Kyiv’s forces on a border

Good Food Coming Soon The serene suburb of Linden is about to get an upscale new addition.  Opening soon, at the former location of the Bakeristor cafe, Pappardello promises to

Days after the Memorial Day recess, Agudath Israel of America’s Florida Office led a delegation to Washington D.C as part of a series of state missions following Agudah’s National Leadership

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