Monthly Archives: October 2015

Rebbetzin Tzirel Kamenetzky a”h

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Rebbetzin Tzirel Kamenetzky a”h. She was 89. The Rebbetzin was the wife of...

As Benghazi Inquiry Fades, Clinton Still Faces Legal Questions About Emails

Hillary Clinton appears to have overcome an investigation of her role in the 2012 deadly attacks in Benghazi, Libya, but she still faces a...

Islamic State Group In Sinai Claims Responsibility For Russian Plane Crash

The bodies of 100 of the 224 people who were on board the Russian plane that crashed in the Sinai Peninsula this morning were...

Clinton: “You Must Finish What Rabin Had Started”

A memorial ceremony to mark 20 years since the assassination of late Prime Minister Yitzchok Rabin took place on Motzoei Shabbos in Tel Aviv's Rabin...

Verrazano Bridge to Close Sunday

Road closures are scheduled for all boroughs this Sunday as tens of thousands of runners from around the world converge on city streets for...

Terror Attack in Gilboa Thwarted On Shabbos

A terror attack was thwarted at the Gilboa checkpoint in the West Bank on Shabbos. According to Israel Police, a Palestinian youth, who was armed...

Report: Israel Launches Airstrikes in Syria

A Syrian Opposition website reported that the Israeli Air Force implemented airstrikes targeting Hezbollah and Syrian army posts along the Syrian-Lebanese border on Friday...

Russian Plane Crash Kills All 224 Aboard

A Russian airliner with 224 people aboard crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula today, according to the Egyptian civil aviation authority. There were no survivors. The...

RCA Issues Policy Concerning Women Rabbis

The Rabbinical Council of America issued the following statement, provided to Matzav.com by a member of the organization: Formally adopted by a direct vote of...

State Dept. Releases 7K Hillary Emails

The U.S. State Department released 7,000 pages of Hillary Clinton's private email messages on Friday afternoon, bringing the tally of disclosed records to about...