If we are going to solve our gun violence epidemic, we were going to need a small army of fighters, and America is finally starting to realize this.
“They think they can uproot us from our country. They won’t succeed,” he said.
Two men blocked the man’s bus in Modiin Ilit, boarded it and hit his face.
‘Jexit’ appears to be an anti-Semitic play on “Brexit,” Britain’s planned pullout from the European Union.
Two new provocative books, by Micah Goodman and Anziska, examine the historical and ideological underpinnings of the never-ending conflict.
Jared Kushner is already known as the ultimate Trump whisperer, with an office next to the president and a ring on the orange haired guy’s daughter.
“Our school is requesting of the New York Times to remove the picture of our institution from the web-based article and publish an apology.”
Natalie Portman’s got an idea for gefilte fish.
Protesters played drums and threw biodegradable confetti while chanting “Stephen Miller, what a villain, locking up immigrant children.”
There are two ways of looking at the world — either you see nothing as a miracle or you see everything as a miracle.
It sounds like it’ll probably be better than the “personal and mental incarceration” he was living in under Trump.
Natalie Portman, an actress who dares to have opinions, is exactly in her lane.
Fliers were posted, as well as a seven-minute video using anti-Semitic references and satirizing the controversial photo.
Best line: “Speaking of Vietnam, he’s in ‘Marry Poppins Returns.’”
“Texts — which always come through WhatsApp, the app beloved by most of Israel — can also seem warm, at least in comparison with America.”
In a recent lawsuit, a three-judge panel ordered the Interior Ministry to issue the baby a birth certificate bearing the name of both fathers.
Yenta Mash’s writing poignantly reflects the lives of Jews forced to move to Siberia during World War II.