German police in the eastern German state of Saxony confiscated 4,200 liters of beer from a neo-Nazi Festival on Friday, after a court prohibited a right-wing extremist event from serving alcohol.
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Press secretary Sarah Sanders seems to be in an enviable position as she leaves the White House for a possible run for governor in her home state of Arkansas. She has the tacit endorsement of a president popular in the state and political connections that go back to her dad Mike Huckabee’s more than 10 years as governor.
The Jerusalem District Court on Sunday rejected an appeal on behalf of three chareidi women who were ordered to distance themselves from the Jerusalem IDF Induction Center by the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court.
By Rabbi Shaya Cohen, the Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivas Zichron Ayeh and founded Priority-1 in 1987 to help at-risk teenagers and their parents and families. According to many experts in the field, one of the most significant predictors of whether an OTD child will ultimately return to Yiddishkeit is the child’s relationship to his or her parents.
Negotiations between Ayelet Shaked and the URWP (United Right-Wing Party) headed by Rabbi Rafi Peretz continue. She is demanding the number one slot on the lineup, to push Peretz to the second slot.
There is a fur ban on the table in New York City. If it passes, it will cause some serious anti-Shtreimel sentiment.
The fur ban was introduced back in March by City Council Speaker Corey Johnson.
Summer is nearly upon us. Camp HASC has been planning, training, and preparing for the upcoming season throughout the year. Now, as part of Camp HASC’s staff orientation, over 500 staff members will spend an intense 4 day training for the upcoming summer.
Before he left to the USA, HaGaon HaRav Chaim Kanievsky Shlita asked to receive Rav Kook’s special Birchas Kohen.
Rav Ben Tzion Hacohen Kook, a very respected posek in Yerushalayim, head of the ‘Beis Hora’ah HaKlali’ in Eretz Yisrael, arrived in the United States before Shabbos, visiting New York and New Jersey after two years in which he has not visited the United States.
A 44-year-old Kalansua resident tried to avoid a police checkpoint checking drivers for alcohol levels and he was eventually arrested for DWI after hitting another vehicle while trying to avoid police.
HaRav Pam zt”l Leaves Us with Timeless Lesson
When the Daf Yomi cycle of three cycles ago concluded – in Elul 5757 (1997)- the scope of next year’s The Siyum worldwide celebrations was unthinkable.
A 60-year-old man was killed and another man, also 60, was seriously injured in a vehicle lift accident in a facilty near Ben-Gurion Airport run by the Mitanim Company. It appears a vehicle lift collapsed in a facility located next to the airport.
U.S. military cyber forces launched a strike against Iranian military computer systems on Thursday as President Donald Trump backed away from plans for a more conventional military strike in response to Iran’s downing of a U.S.
Israel Police are in the final stage of compiling evidence against Deputy Minister Yaakov Litzman in three different cases against him, and will recommend a criminal indictment against Litzman in at least two of the cases, pointing out while there is substantial evidence in two cases to warrant indictments, the third case is problematic.
In light of the recent controversy surrounding Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s referencing of “concentration camps” from WWII to make a point about migrant detention facilities in America, it has become clear that the congresswoman is quite unfamiliar with the history of concentration camps and the Holocaust.
U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton said Sunday that Iran should not “mistake U.S. prudence and discretion for weakness,” after the U.S. abruptly called off military strikes against Iran in response to the shooting down of an unmanned American surveillance drone.
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Hundreds participated in the erev Shabbos levaya for a well-known photographer of rabbonim and Gedolei Yisrael, R’ Baruch Moshe Yaakov Ovitz Z”L.
The levaya took place at the Kretchnif Beis Medrash in Rehovot, where he belonged to his entire life.
Dr. Yaakov Siegel, a clinical psychologist from Lakewood, NJ, recounts the story of how he came to write to the Rebbe, and the incredible answers he received.
On Sunday morning a phone poll was conducted of cabinet members to approve the appointments of Rafi Peretz and Betzalel Smotrich as Ministers of Education and Transportation respectively, in the transition government.