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Tag Archives: Hevron
The latest victim of Arab anti-Jewish terror (mentioned in Friday’s post) is Rabbi Michael “Miki” Mark, who was the Director of Otniel Yeshiva. Rabbi Michael “Miki” Mark, 48, a father of 10 and the director-general of the Otniel Yeshiva was … Continue reading
(Reposting in part from last year) Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is upon us once again, beginning in a few hours time here in Israel, when we will be entering a 25-hour fast with day-long prayer services, composed of … Continue reading
Despite Sukkot being designated “the time of our rejoicing”, or perhaps because of this designation, our enemies never stop trying to kill us. Over the weekend, in violence which began on Friday with two Israeli policemen injured from stones thrown … Continue reading
Here’s the latest installment in my Good News Friday series. It has not been a particularly good week this week, but nevertheless, there is always some good news to be found if one just pays attention. The first excellent piece … Continue reading
Now that the memorials and celebrations of last week are over, it’s back to regular programming. Here are two small items which almost flew under the radar of the Israeli press, and certainly received no mention in any international media. … Continue reading
This first item is a couple of weeks old but it ties in to today’s news, and in any event is so outrageous that it needs a post of its own. It starts with a house in Hevron which was … Continue reading