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Noam Shalit, The Israeli Father Whose Campaign Led To The Release Of His Captive Son, Dies At 68

Noam Shalit, The Israeli Father Whose Campaign Led To The Release Of His Captive Son, Dies At 68

  When Noam Shalit first learned that his son, Gilad, had disappeared, his thoughts turned to his own father. Noam’s twin brother, Yoel, went missing… Read More ›

Analysis: This may be Trump’s most twisted appeal to Putin yet

Analysis: This may be Trump’s most twisted appeal to Putin yet

Donald Trump is doing it again — putting his personal goals and burning zeal for revenge above the national interest — as he once more… Read More ›

Irpin mayor says city bordering Kyiv liberated from Russian control

Irpin mayor says city bordering Kyiv liberated from Russian control

Ukrainian official estimates at least 5,000 have died in besieged Mariupol, but number could be twice that; Russian negotiators arrive in Turkey ahead of peace… Read More ›

Top Zelensky advisor opens up about his Jewish roots, urges greater Israeli support

Top Zelensky advisor opens up about his Jewish roots, urges greater Israeli support

Chief of Staff Andriy Yermak reveals that his relatives were killed in Babyn Yar; says president sleeps 4-5 hours a night and keeps up activities… Read More ›

Relative of Beersheba attacker: ‘We are against violence’

Relative of Beersheba attacker: ‘We are against violence’

‘This does not reflect the family, it does not reflect the town. This reflects only him,’ the relative, Nafez abu Alkiyan, said.   Nafez abu… Read More ›

Bennett: Russia no longer wants to replace Zelensky or demilitarize Ukraine

Bennett: Russia no longer wants to replace Zelensky or demilitarize Ukraine

The prime minister stated that Ukraine was also no longer demanding to join NATO.   Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said the advances are that the… Read More ›

The end of the age of appeasement

The end of the age of appeasement

Opinion: After years of divisions, disputes and unending tolerance for authoritarianism, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has given the West in general, and the polarized… Read More ›

Israel to admit any Ukrainian with a relative here

Israel to admit any Ukrainian with a relative here

The foreign minister emphasized Israel’s condemnation of Russia’s war on Ukraine during a visit to Bucharest.   The government will allow Ukrainians with a relative… Read More ›

China’s promotion of Russian disinformation indicates where its loyalties lie

China’s promotion of Russian disinformation indicates where its loyalties lie

Beijing – In public statements and at international summits, Chinese officials have attempted to stake out a seemingly neutral position on the war in Ukraine,… Read More ›

Ukraine Russia war: Russia sending ‘Wagner’ mercenaries into Ukraine

Ukraine Russia war: Russia sending ‘Wagner’ mercenaries into Ukraine

12,000 Russian soldiers allegedly KIA * Russian major general among those slain * Over 60 Ukrainian hospitals out of action   Russia is reportedly enlisting… Read More ›

We need air defenses from Israel, not goodwill statements, Lviv commander says

We need air defenses from Israel, not goodwill statements, Lviv commander says

Maksym Kozytskyy joins push for Israel to join others providing arms, telling The Times of Israel that Iron Dome systems would have let Ukraine ‘prevail… Read More ›

Israeli, Jewish officials denounce Russian strike that hit Babi Yar memorial complex

Israeli, Jewish officials denounce Russian strike that hit Babi Yar memorial complex

Foreign minister vows to help repair damage to the site; Yad Vashem Holocaust museum lambastes ‘outrageous’ Russian attacks against civilians   Israeli and Jewish officials… Read More ›

Lindsey Graham Criticizes Israel for Not Sending Stingers to Ukraine

Lindsey Graham Criticizes Israel for Not Sending Stingers to Ukraine

  WASHINGTON — Republican Senator Lindsey Graham criticizes Israel over its decision not to send weapons to Ukraine. On Fox News, the South Carolina Senator… Read More ›

With roadblocks, rifles and Ukrainian flags, Kyiv residents brace for arrival of huge Russian convoy

With roadblocks, rifles and Ukrainian flags, Kyiv residents brace for arrival of huge Russian convoy

Kyiv, Ukraine – A drive through central Kyiv leaves no room for doubt. This is a city preparing for a major Russian attack. Rows of… Read More ›

Ukraine: ‘The last day was difficult, there was shelling in all directions’

Ukraine: ‘The last day was difficult, there was shelling in all directions’

The European Union will also provide weapons to Ukraine to fight against Russian forces.   The general staff of Ukraine’s armed forces described the fighting… Read More ›

Casualties increase as shelling heard near Ukraine capital

Casualties increase as shelling heard near Ukraine capital

Bombing continues in the late evening while Ukraine claims recaptured airport near capital; IAEA says Chernobyl nuclear energy plants unharmed after Russian occupation of site… Read More ›

Imposing new sanctions, Biden vows to turn Putin into ‘pariah’ for unjustifiable wa

Imposing new sanctions, Biden vows to turn Putin into ‘pariah’ for unjustifiable wa

Measures target Russian banks, oligarchs, high-tech sectors, but not Russian leader; Biden stresses no US military forces will be sent to Ukraine, but NATO states… Read More ›

February 23rd – The Rosh HaShana for Bais Yaakov Girls

February 23rd – The Rosh HaShana for Bais Yaakov Girls

by Rabbi Yair Hoffman for 5tjt.com AT a Torah uMesorah convention about ten years ago or so, Rav Yissachar Frand shlita once commented, “No one is jealous… Read More ›

Iran’s top diplomat says 2015 nuclear deal revival depends on US political decision

Iran’s top diplomat says 2015 nuclear deal revival depends on US political decision

Iran made it clear that if a deal was to fail, it would be the fault of Western powers.   Indirect talks between Tehran and… Read More ›

Kahana mulls allowing civil marriage in exchange for repealing Law of Return

Kahana mulls allowing civil marriage in exchange for repealing Law of Return

The Law of Return was passed in 1950 and entitles Jews to the right to relocate to Israel and acquire Israeli citizenship.   Religious Services… Read More ›