Jerusalem – A 60-year-old Jewish man from Tel Aviv was found bound and stabbed in the trunk of a car in A-Tur, an Arab neighborhood in east Jerusalem, on Thursday night. During an overnight patrol in the area, police officers spotted a suspicious car at a check point, and approached
Released on Wednesday night, a much-anticipated Jewish app for the watch was launched by Chabad.org’s app team, bringing together the 3,000-year-old Jewish calendar with the hottest new item in technology these days: wearables. The first of its kind, the “Hayom” app (Hebrew for the word “today”) for the Apple Watch
Armenia is marking 100 years to the mass killings of Armenian people by the Ottoman Turks in commemorative ceremonies held across the country including its capital, Yerevan on Friday, April 24. Attended by world leaders including representatives from Israel, the central Yerevan ceremony paid tribute to the estimated 1.5 million
UN Secretary General Tries Shakshoukah on Israel’s 67th Independence Day Prosor to the UN Secretary General: “Shakshukah is like Israel – It’s a melting pot like our culture, It’s hot and spicy like our nature, and once you get a taste, you always come back for more.”
LOST TRIBE OF BNEI MENASHE IN NORTHEASTERN INDIA CELEBRATES ISRAEL’S 67th INDEPENDENCE DAY CHURACHANDPUR, INDIA, April 24 — More than 1,500 members of the Bnei Menashe community from across northeastern India gathered today in the town of Churachandpur in the Indian state of Manipur to celebrate Israel’s 67th Independence Day.
LOS ANGELES — In an effort to assist the public in avoiding possible traffic congestion during the Armenian Genocide Centennial March for Justice on April 24, 2015, the following areas of the City should be avoided when possible to prevent travel delays for community members: Hollywood Boulevard between Western Avenue