A flare up occurred Wednesday night at the border crossing of Khan Yunis on the Gaza border. Unconfirmed reports say that three IDF soldiers were injured by sniper fire, and were airlifted to the hospital.
Daily Archives: July 31, 2019
As soon as word of the tragedy that occurred last night reached the ears of Misaskim, their volunteers immediately sprang into action. Here is the story of the work done by Misaskim behind the scenes.
CrownHeights.info: We present a new series titled “A Weekly Medical Minute.” In this series, we will publish useful tips and information from Medical Professionals on Health, Wellness, and Medical issues.
In this past week’s Living Torah program, the Rebbe addresses the best approach to outreach, with a focus on authentic Judaism.
The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for NYC until 9 PM. The storms will bring strong winds and heavy rain to the area. Exercise caution when walking, biking, or driving, and remain alert as winds can throw debris and knock out power.
The following Op-Ed was penned by Rabbi Dr. Dovid Fox, the Director of Interventions & Community Education at Project Chai, on the recent tragedy in which a 9 year old boy drowned in a water park.
The Jewish man spit on and harassed by a pair of Syrian nationals in Germany earlier this week has been identified as the Rabbi of the Jewish community in Berlin, Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal.
Gad Elbaz released an Acapella version of his hit song “Aba’le.”
In response to last nights tragedy at the waterpark in NJ that took the life of a 9 year old child, Chai Lifeline’s experts held a conference call to help parents understanding how to respond to your children and the tragedy.
Foreign media sources, quoted by News12, are reporting that an Israel Air Force (IAF) F35 plane struck targets in Iraq twice in a ten-day period. According to the report, the stealth fighter jet struck a missile warehouse near Bagdad.