Following intensive intelligence and operational activities by the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet), the IDF and the Israel Police, the terrorist who carried out the shooting attack at the Tapuah junction was arrested and detained.
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The students of multiple Crown Heights schools paraded through the streets of Crown Heights on Lag B’Omer, bring chayus and music along their way to a large Lag B’Omer gathering.
A soul stirring moment took place when tens of United Hatzalah EMT’s reunited at the site of the Meron Tragedy to sing and pay their respects to the 45 people who passed away. The volunteers took the time to recount their memories of the terrible event.
19-year-old Yehuda Guetta, a student at the Itamar Yeshiva who was critically wounded in the shooting attack at the Tapuah junction earlier this week, succumbed to his wounds at Beilinson Hospital in Petah Tikva on Wednesday evening.
Police in Brooklyn launched a search Tuesday for a man caught on video shoving a 69-year-old man to the ground in a violent robbery.
In addition to the learning Meseches Shabbos Beiyun as accustomed in all Yeshivos, during the afternoon Sedorim they will be learning the Masechta Aliba Dehilchesa, giving their Talmidim a clear understanding of the process of Halacha Lemaase in Hilchos Shabbos.
A rare bronze oil lamp, shaped like a grotesque face that is cut in half, was recently discovered in excavations conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority, in the City of David National Park.
“What happens when it rains?” was the common question asked to Connection Point Director Rabbi Levi Plotkin. Interestingly, the organizers were told that the Parade the children were watching had the same issue – it was “going” to rain. But it didn’t.
Former President Donald J Trump has taken the next step in returning to the political arena with the launch of a new online platform on which he shares his political statements.