Erdogan: Israel deal achieved all the conditions
Three new suicide attacks hit Lebanese village
'Next war will bring thousands of rockets'
Brexit, Muslim migrants, Israel and measure-for-measure
Irrational, but there it is
Rabbi Berel Wein
The courage to break through
Shlach (Israel): The beginning of the end
The sin of Tzelafchad
HaRav Avraham Yitzchak HaCohen Kook zts"l
Shlach (Israel): Who is Kalev?
Rabbi Jesse Horn
Person in the Parsha for Shlach: History repeats itself
Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb
Internet talkbacks and the third Temple
Dr. Berel Dov Lerner
My chat with Abbas’s “blood libel” rabbi
Rescue and recovery
French municipality votes to boycott 'settlement products'
Hamas dissatisfied with Israel-Turkey deal
Hamas stops imports of Israeli watermelons to Gaza
Sa'ar: Stop the 'bad agreement' with Turkey
Jewish lawmaker resigns from British shadow cabinet
Report: CIA weapons for Syrian rebels sold to arms dealers
Three new suicide attacks hit Lebanese village near Syria
Dr. Aryeh Hirsch
Dr. Aryeh Hirsch
Dr. Aryeh Hirsch is a physician residing in Beit El.
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Tisha B'Av and the Options Market
We all know the type who has all the “answers” in every situation, but never THE answer, never the solution to
Balak: Much Ado About History
Throught the longterm eyes of history: 70 C.E. versus 2011 C.E.
For Jerusalem Day
Reality is determined by the spirit of the people, and by the strong stand of those of faith. Jerusalem is ours
Behar:The Arabs Don't Realize It
The Arabs don't realize what happened in 1948, but do we?
"Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself"
In Parshat Kedoshim, we are told to love our neighbor. Why are these laws in Leviticus, the book of instruction
Fast of Esther Quiz
A Tale of Two Adars
An article in time for Rosh Chodesh Adar Bet, the second of the two consecutive months of Adar in this Jewish leap
Parshat Bo: First Things First
In this week's Torah reading, a new order is set as G-d says: You, Israel, are my heirs, and I now I bequeath to
Vayeshev: A Settler's Chanukah
A Torah essay on this week's reading whose lesson should cause Rabbi Chaim Amsallem of Shas to take heart in knowing
Sukkot, Water, and Breishit
Sukkot is all Nature: harvest-season, etrog-citron, palm-leaves and branches. During Sukkot, we instill the "Elyon",
Ki Tetze: All-Out War
This Elul, let's use this week's Torah reading of Ki Tetse (When You Go Out to War) to get 'out of the box' and
The Three Weeks
The theme of the three week mourning is the loss of Jewish sovereignty over the Land of Israel, today as then,
Spies Who Came Out of the Blue
This week's Torah reading tells of the spies who maligned the Land of Israel. The writer shows the deeper meaning
All Have a Role in Redemption
Thoughts for Israel's Independence Day. The writer requested that this be in memory of Rabbi Dr. Benzion Allswang,
Department of Paschal-ar Surgery
Israel is separated from the other nations by G-d during the period of the Redemption from Egypt.
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