Monthly Archives: July 2013

Partners in Crime: In Gaza, Iran Finds an Ally More Agreeable Than Hamas

Beit Lahiya, Gaza Strip - The oil, sugar, pasta and other staples looked innocuous enough as dozens of young Palestinian volunteers, sweating in ...

UN Team To Travel To Syria To Probe Alleged Use Of Chemical Weapons

A team of UN experts will travel to Syria "as soon as possible" to investigate the alleged use of chemical weapons in the war-torn...

Ahmadinejad: Iran to Start Operating 5,000 New Centrifuges

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said that 5,000 new domestically manufactured centrifuge machines, which have been installed at the country's uranium enrichment facilities,...

ADL’s Foxman: Internet a ‘Super Highway’ for Racial Hate

The Internet is a "super highway" for bigots and racially-motivated bullying, the National Director of the Anti-Defamation League, Abe Foxman said in an...

Rav Hirsch Diskind zt”l

It is with great sadness that we report the passing this afternoon of Rav Hirsch Diskind zt"l, longtime dean of Bais Yaakov School for...

Are Americans Done With Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and Dr Pepper?

The soda market in the U.S. has tasted a little flat of late. Since the beginning of the 21st century, Americans gawking at their perpetually...

McCain: Rand Paul vs. Hillary Would Be Tough Choice

The maverick is back. In an interview with The New Republic,Sen. John McCain bemoans the Republican "crazy birds" in the House - though he ...

Massive NSA Web Surveillance Program Revealed

There may have been truth to Edward Snowden's controversial claim that he said he could "wiretap anyone" if he had their email address.   The...

U.S. Pushed Peace Talks to Avoid Israeli-Palestinian “Train Wreck” at UN, Says White House...

"The Palestinians throughout the course of this year have been making clear that if they couldn't see progress on the peace front, that their...

Naftali Bennett: ‘I’ve Killed Lots Of Arabs In My Life And There’s No Problem...

As Middle East peace talks are set to resume after a five-year freeze, 972 Magazine reports a member of Israel's cabinet has declared his...