Wednesday, September 18, 2019


Community Mourns Rabbi Reuven Bauman, z”l

Last Sunday, the worst fears of the worldwide Jewish community were confirmed when the body of Rabbi Reuven Bauman, z”l, was found about a mile from the North Carolina shore by volunteers from the Jewish search-and-rescue group Misaskim. The 35-year-old rabbi had been a teacher at Yeshiva Toras Chaim in Norfolk, Virginia, and was

Telling the Stories of Israel’s Fallen

The state of Israel was given to the Jewish people, according to a well-known Hebrew poem, on a “silver platter.” The silver platter refers to the thousands who were killed in Israel’s struggle for independence. In the decades since, many more have joined their number as the country’s enemies continue to wage war and

Kushner in Bahrain on Middle East: ‘Turn Region From Conflict to Commerce’


Israeli Company Wins Bid to Help Secure US Border


Netanyahu Considers Canceling Israel’s Second Round of Elections


‘Beresheet 2’ Won’t Attempt Moon Landing; SpaceIL Searches for New Challenge


Supremacists and Jihadis Form ‘Two-Pronged Attack’ Threatening Jews in US


Iran Says ‘No’ to Negotiations With US, as Trump Threatens Use of ‘Overwhelming Force’


As European Defense Budgets Rise, Israel Showcases Its Cutting-Edge Military Technology in France

Israeli defense companies were out in full force at a key European defense exhibition in France in recent days, responding to a growing European willingness to spend on defense and homeland security. Eight Israeli firms showcased defense technologies at the International Paris Air Show, held from June 17 to 23 at the Le Bourget exhibition

Two New Israeli Contenders Enter Political Fray Before Fall Elections

Israel’s repeat election on Sept. 17 might not be a literal do-over of April 9, as two new parties may be entering the fray.

The first of these new parties belongs to former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak, who seems to be preparing for a Knesset run. Barak has confirmed reports to this

Rujum-Zionist Entrepreneurship Offers Tourism With Value in Memory of Ari Fuld, HY”D

On the eve of Yom Kippur 2018, Ari Fuld, HY”D, was ambushed by a terrorist in the tzomet of Gush Etzion. Before succumbing to his fatal wounds, he managed to disable the terrorist, thus heroically preventing further loss of life. After losing their friend, a group from Efrat decided to establish a fitting memorial to Fuld: a new

Buttigieg Promises to Re-Enter US Into Iran Nuclear Deal, Cut Aid Over West Bank Annexation

(JNS) Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and candidate for the Democratic nomination for president in 2020, criticized U.S. President Donald Trump this week for withdrawing from the 2015 Iran deal in May 2018, saying that it was “close to a true ‘art of the deal,’” a reference to one of the president’s

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