Terrorist arrested moments before attack
After deadly attacks, Gush Etzion takes no chances
Amid terror, UN adopts 6 anti-Israel resolutions
Kerry, peace and the 'Palestinian' Authority
A Letter to the Wall Street Journal
Calling for Stronger Action: Irresponsible?
Jacob wished to live in peace
Rabbi Dr. Chaim E. Schertz
Weekly Tanya class: Chapter 20, lecture 3
Orthodox Women Leaders, Who Needs Them? We do.
Rabbi Ephraim Epstein
"What is my crime...that you should pursue me?" A rabbinic view
Professor Gerald Aranoff
Psalm 94: Fortunate is the one whom You, God, afflict
HaRav Avraham Yitzchak HaCohen Kook zts"l
Bands of angels
The kinetic religion of Islam
It’s Eurabia against Israel
Ezra Schwartz was eighteen and so am I
IDF comes under fire near Kalandia
Iran: Turkey is increasing tensions in Middle East
France calls on Germany to do more in fight against ISIS
US has 'concerns' over Russian missile system
4 dead in Kashmir fighting
11-year-old: 'I bought scissors and looked for Jews to stab'
Security forces stop a number of 'Price Tag' actions
Dr. Aryeh Hirsch
Dr. Aryeh Hirsch
Dr. Aryeh Hirsch is a physician residing in Beit El.
Dr. Aryeh Hirsch's Articles
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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.
Goldstone and the Gur Aryeh
Goldstone is no Yitro and Barak and Bibi Netanyahu are not Moses. The Egyptians in the Book of Exodus do have a
Imprisoned by our imagination.
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