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How the Associated Press Covered Israeli President Herzog’s Candle-Lighting in Hebron

The twisted world of anti-Israel bias. The AP covered, in its peculiar way, the latest contretemps between Arab and Jew in Hebron, the second holiest...

Jews of no religion and the war on Hanukkah

A “New York Times” article about “saying goodbye” to the holiday helps explain why Jewish faith and history remain meaningless to assimilated Americans. Why should anyone...

Engraved Menorah Discovered on Tomb Façade Could Date to Hasmonean Era

By TPS A rare, engraved menorah discovered on tomb façade could date back to the Hasmonean era, Bar-Ilan University archaeologist Dr. Dvir Raviv says, just...

WATCH: Jerusalem’s Destruction and Construction – A Closer Look

 By Aryeh Savir/TPS • 8 August, 2019 https://youtu.be/w-UBH9oqV5E King David made Jerusalem Israel’s capital some 3,000 years ago, and his son Solomon built the First Temple. The city was...

Menorah vandalized at Penn State University

Menorah vandalized at Penn State University Vandals hit 9-foot menorah in front of fraternity house in Penn State University.   A nine-foot menorah in front of the...

World’s largest menorah erected in Manhattan

32-foot, 4,000 pound menorah to be lit on 5th Avenue every night of Hanukkah.   The world's largest menorah was erected near Central Park in Manhattan...

Arnold Schwarzenegger Joins Menorah Lighting in Paris

Arnold Schwarzenegger Joins Menorah Lighting in Paris Arnold Schwarzenegger on a solidarity trip to Paris after an horrific terrorist attack,  to time to participate at...
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