By Shimmy Blum
It has become an annual tradition by now: The Far Rockaway/Five Towns community gathers at a Sunday morning breakfast sponsored by Agudath Israel of America in honor of Senate Majority
The doors of the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center in Edison - New Jersey’s largest exposition center - opened on Tuesday morning for the two-day 2015 Parnassah Expo - Nationwide Business Networking Event, and drew thousands of
Major Jewish Group ‘Concerned’ by White House Appointment of Robert Malley as Middle East Coordinator10 March 2015
By C. Coffey
Major Jewish human rights group the Simon Wiesenthal Center, called into question today the appointment of Robert Malley to a key position in the White House.
By Julie Shain
Iran’s chief negotiator, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, was interviewed on NBC this week. Below are some of the assertions he made, and the truth behind these claims.
By Hank Sheinkopf
On Monday, a Federal District Court in Manhattan ruled that the Palestinian Authority (PA) and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) were responsible for encouraging and inciting terror attacks
A man was arrested after attempting to burn an Israeli flag at the site of last month’s Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket attack in Paris, Israel’s i24News reported on Monday.
The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) has criticized Anti-Defamation League National Director Abraham Foxman for suggesting that Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Boehner (R-
The Labor party’s youth division came up with a Frogger-like video game starring Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu, JTA reports. Netanyahu has a knack for embroiling himself in political
United Synagogue Youth voted to relax its rules barring teenage board members from dating non-Jews.
The amendment was adopted Monday in Atlanta at the annual international convention of the Conservative movement’s youth group.
An Arizona family is donating $25 million to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum - the largest gift in the Washington museum’s history - to increase its
By Ben Tzvi
Congressman Bill Cassidy’s win in the Senate run-off election in Louisiana which saw the defeat of
Video, Photos: Congress Identifies With Israel In The Aftermath Of Har Nof Massacre At Tribute Highlighting Iron Dome22 November 2014
[Click here for video.] Emotions ran high at a bi-partisan “Tribute to the U.S. Israel Security Alliance” at the Russell Senate Office Building, co-chaired by Elliot Gibber, Stanley G. Tate, Simcha Lyons and Jason Lyons and
By Avrohom Gordimer
Looters have invaded sacred space; the plane in crisis has been hijacked.
Obviously, the Orthodox community must act with extreme care, meticulousness and scrutiny pursuant to the recent startling
Israeli Finance Minister Yair Lapid has apologized for holding a news conference on Shabbos Kodesh. The apology for last month’s
Supporters of Israel have condemned the vile, lie-riddled attack upon Israel delivered by Palestinian Authority (PA) dictator (hasn’t held elections in 9 years)
By Anav Silverman
A memorial event with a special photo exhibition honoring the late Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon
When Rabbi Haskel Lookstein, the principal of Ramaz, an Orthodox day school on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, first heard about last week’s attack in the
The metropolitan Detroit regional office of the U.S. Postal Service issued a clarification to its branches after a local post office said it could not
By Nora Gutekanst
Shema Kolainu - Hear Our Voices hosted its 12th Annual Legislative Breakfast celebrating advocacy efforts that resulted
By M. A. Klein and D. Mandel
Last week, a diplomatic Kristallnacht occurred. President Barack Obama chose to support and fund a Palestinian Authority (PA) government that
Ukrainian Jews with combat skills formed a rapid intervention force to stop anti-Semitic attacks.
The force, which was set up in recent weeks, currently is made up of eight men who served in the Ukrainian or Israeli armies or have martial arts
Longtime fans of the Chicago Cubs know there are a few mainstays they can expect when they visit Wrigley Field: ivy on the outfield walls, a strict
By Rabbi Avrohom Gordimer
There are times when one must take a firm stand and stake out a principled position, or deal with what may be the nightmarish consequences of
By I. Schwartz
As was reported in the Yated with special coverage, the Israeli Chief Rabbinate disclosed that its rejection of a letter by Rabbi Avi Weiss that
By Rabbi Steven Pruzansky
The Israeli Rabbinate has once again decided to accept the “attestation of Jewishness” letters of Rabbi Avi Weiss. That was
At least 55 American universities and colleges have rejected the American Studies Association vote in favor of an academic boycott of Israel,
By Rabbi Avrohom Gordimer
In Proud to be Open Orthodox! (The Commentator, Nov. 26, 2013), Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz presents an upbeat, passionate vision of