Israel Gets Ready for Yom KippurSoldiers, police, paramedics, rabbis and ordinary Israelis are each doing their part to prepare for the holiest day of the Jewish year.
Now, Hareidi OutpostsOutposts will be built “next to every concentration of hareidis in Judea and Samaria.”
First Temple is RememberedThe "Three Weeks" of gradually-increasing mourning over the destruction of the Holy Temples and Israel's exile begins today.
Graphic Makeover for A7A new wide-page design for Arutz Sheva’s English language website is about to go online, as readership grows.
Video: ‘Holy Temple Newscast’ A futuristic vision of a newscast on the “Beit HaMikdash” (Holy Temple) channel has been produced by Emunah College student Kayla Krauss.
The Bible and Land of IsraelNo one can learn the Bible better than being in Israel, as second graders learned by visiting the burial site of the Biblical Yehoshua (Joshua).
Envoy Leaves Spanish ‘Hatred’Israel’s ambassador to Spain posted a farewell message describing ‘hatred and anti-Semitism” he suffered during his four-year tenure.
Police Inscribe Masada TorahSenior police officials quietly went at dawn to the ancient fortress of Masada to attend a graduation and inscribe a letter in a new Torah scroll.
Polish Couple to be HonoredStefan and Maria Magenheim, who saved a Jewish child's life during the Holocaust, will be honored by Yad Vashem as Righteous Among the Nations.
New Vocations for Haredi WomenTo provide for their families Haredi women are venturing beyond traditional occupations and have entered architecture and interior design
The Iceman Cometh to Mt. ScopusIn an attempt to spread the national religion of hockey, Canadian Friends of Hebrew University will be awarding an athletic scholarship.
U.S. Archives Jews' ExpulsionA massive photographic treasure documenting the Jewish presence in the Old City of Jerusalem long before 1948 was unearthed last month in the U.S.
US, Jews to UN: 'Sack Falk!'The United States, joined by American Jewish groups, has called on the United Nations to sack its rapporteur on PA rights, Richard Falk.
Arrests for Cemetery VandalismYouths aged 15-16 from A-Tur are suspected of smashing 20 gravestones in the cemetery’s American Section in the past months.
Chief Rabbi: Settle in the CityChief Sephardic Rabbi says that while Judea and Samaria must be settled, religious population must not neglect cities, another crucial mission.
‘No Need to Disgrace Rabbis’Chief Rabbi Amar says officials ignored pleas to meet with him to prevent the disgrace of arresting Rabbis Lior and Yosef for questioning.
Report on Norway's Anti-SemitismNorway deals with scathing anti-Semitism report by putting extremist anti-Israel minister in charge of combatting hatred of its mere 2000 Jews.
Neturei Karta Support SaalahAnti-Zionist fringe group Neturei Karta in London expresses support for Sheikh Ra’ad Salah, who was arrested by Britain.
Chabad's First Online Girls CampAt CGI Online, a new online Jewish camp for children of Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries, campers are told to bring their supplies to the computer.
IDF Limits Entry Kever YosefThe IDF barred Knesset Members and yeshiva rabbis from entering Kever Yosef in Shechem on the anniversary of the death of the Biblical Yosef.
Anti-Court Protest Monday100 buses will carry thousands to Jerusalem, for a rally opposite the Supreme Court in support of rabbis’ freedom of religious opinion.
‘No Summons for Rabbi Yosef’One of Rabbi Yaakov Yosef’s sons charged that reports that he refused a previous summons to appear for questioning are false. Protest at 2 p.m.
Police Question Rabbi YosefPolice nabbed Rabbi Yaakov Yosef as he left morning prayers, took him into custody for questioning about "haskama" for the book “Torah HaMelech.”
Germany Hosts Iran DiplomatsMofaz sends formal protest: “We cannot be silent while the representatives of a murderous regime are received in the heart of democratic Europe.”