Israel Headed for Elections… Again

By: Mali Rozen Israel is headed for its fourth elections in two years, and it’s predicted to be the ugliest election Israel has ever known. Jerusalem Post editor-in-chief, Yaakov Katz, has predicted that the next … Read More

Because of Rabin

By Netanel R. Today, we honor a man who was instrumental both in war and in the pursuit of peace in Israel’s history. Yizhak Rabin’s acts of bravery, as well as his bold ideas made … Read More

Argentina’s Vibrant Jewish Community

By: Bill Katz Argentina has one of the largest, most vibrant Jewish communities in the world.  You might think, “That’s impossible!  Argentina is at the very end of the world!” The truth is that many … Read More

Annexation: Facts & Fiction

By: Netanel R. Israeli PM Netanyahu has promised again and again to annex the Jordan Valley and the settlements in the Judea & Samaria region. We are now quickly approaching a July 1st deadline for … Read More

Growing up Jewish in Argentina

By: Bill Katz “Che Ruso, que te pasa?” (Hey Russian, what’s your problem?) I grew up hearing that in my little town of Santa Fe, Argentina. For many people, I was a “Russian” and I … Read More

COVID-19 & Rising Anti-Semitism

Pictured above: Someone being dropped off by his mom at an anti-Semitic rally in Ohio in the U.S. By: Netanel R. It may come as no surprise that with a bunch of people stuck at … Read More

We Remember: Yom HaShoa to Yom HaZikaron

By: Netanel R. “And the LORD said, ‘What have you done? The voice of your brother’s blood is crying to me from the ground.’” (Genesis 4:10) In Israel, we take memorial days very seriously. Our … Read More

Hanging in the Balance

“How lonely sits the city, that was full of people!” — Lamentations 1:1 — By: Netanel R. I never thought I would live to see the day when the streets of Jerusalem would be so … Read More