Articles by: JewishNews-Rami

Yeshiva University Suspends All Student Clubs As It Appeals Case Against LGBTQ Alliance

Yeshiva University Suspends All Student Clubs As It Appeals Case Against LGBTQ Alliance

  NEW YORK (JTA) – Days after the Supreme Court ruled that Yeshiva University must allow an official LGBTQ pride club on campus, the administration… Read More ›

We should all take heed of IDF intel chief’s candid takes

We should all take heed of IDF intel chief’s candid takes

Opinion: Military intelligence head Maj. Gen. Aharon Haliva’s off-script remarks serve as a unique prism into his view on a whole host of hot security… Read More ›

OP-ED: Why we’ll all miss the queen

OP-ED: Why we’ll all miss the queen

She came to symbolize what was ultimately acceptable and what was not, at a time when that cardinal distinction is being challenged in democracies other… Read More ›

Analyzing the New York Times Hatchet Job Against Yeshivos

Analyzing the New York Times Hatchet Job Against Yeshivos

By Rabbi Yair Hoffman for 5TJT.com The New York Times has written a one-sided attack against the Yeshiva and Torah community that is so filled… Read More ›

Charles Is Proclaimed King; Sons Unite To Thank The Public

Charles Is Proclaimed King; Sons Unite To Thank The Public

  LONDON (AP) — King Charles III was formally proclaimed sovereign of the United Kingdom on Saturday, as officials unveiled details of the meticulously choreographed… Read More ›

Ukrainian forces enter key city of Izium in a sign Kyiv’s new offensive is working

Ukrainian forces enter key city of Izium in a sign Kyiv’s new offensive is working

  When Ukrainian forces entered the city of Izium Saturday, it was more than a major military victory. It was a sign the war in Ukraine might… Read More ›

Jerusalem residents arrested on suspicion of blackmailing minors

Jerusalem residents arrested on suspicion of blackmailing minors

The suspects, Shimon Regev and Aaron Kosovsky, 20, were arrested on Tuesday morning.   Two 20-year-old residents of Jerusalem, Shimon Regev and Aaron Kosovsky were… Read More ›

IDF’s Abu Akleh probe is essential in war over legitimacy of our army’s actions

IDF’s Abu Akleh probe is essential in war over legitimacy of our army’s actions

Opinion: To publish conclusions of investigation into death of Al Jazeera journalist was not in IDF’s best interest, but it was the right call since… Read More ›

Intel on foreign nation’s nuclear capabilities found at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago — report

Intel on foreign nation’s nuclear capabilities found at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago — report

Top secret document describing defenses of country, unnamed in report, among cache of classified documents seized by FBI in raid of former US president’s home… Read More ›

A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities

By Rabbi Yair Hoffman for 5tjt.com Join us.  Join us for a tale of two cities.  The first is a group of dedicated individuals who… Read More ›

China warns of ‘couter-measures’ as US approves $1.1bn arms sales to Taiwan

China warns of ‘couter-measures’ as US approves $1.1bn arms sales to Taiwan

  China has warned the United States it will take “counter-measures” after the Biden administration approved more than $1.1 billion in arms sales to Taiwan. Chinese embassy… Read More ›

Waking Up on the Wrong Side of the Bed and Being B’Simcha

Waking Up on the Wrong Side of the Bed and Being B’Simcha

By Rabbi Yair Hoffman for 5tjt.com You woke up on what is called, “the wrong side of the bed.”  Is it forbidden to remain in… Read More ›

Judge: Congregation At Oldest US Synagogue Can Stay, For Now

Judge: Congregation At Oldest US Synagogue Can Stay, For Now

  ROHDE ISLAND (AP) – The Rhode Island congregants who worship at the nation’s oldest synagogue won’t be evicted, as a judge ruled in their… Read More ›

DNA analysis solves mystery of bodies found at bottom of medieval well

DNA analysis solves mystery of bodies found at bottom of medieval well

  Construction workers breaking ground in 2004 on a shopping mall in Norwich, England, found 17 bodies at the bottom of a 800-year-old well. The… Read More ›

On 125th anniversary of first Zionist Congress, Israel must choose to unite

On 125th anniversary of first Zionist Congress, Israel must choose to unite

Opinion: We need a new Herzl and a new Zionist Congress, not to establish a state or define its identity, but to breathe a new… Read More ›

Russia removes S-300 battery from Masayaf clearing way for Israel strike

Russia removes S-300 battery from Masayaf clearing way for Israel strike

Analysis: removal of Russian air defenses allows strike of strategically important military facility used for precise missile production for Hezbollah and other Shi’ite militias; Russia… Read More ›

Treasury says it could seek back-to-work orders for teachers if talks fail

Treasury says it could seek back-to-work orders for teachers if talks fail

Finance Ministry official Kobi Bar-Nathan vows to do ‘everything in our power’ to avoid a strike on September 1   A senior treasury official said… Read More ›

Trump’s legal team asks for ‘special master’ to go through Mar-a-Lago evidence and determine if some should be returned

Trump’s legal team asks for ‘special master’ to go through Mar-a-Lago evidence and determine if some should be returned

  Former President Donald Trump’s legal team has asked a federal judge to appoint a “special master” to ensure the Justice Department returns any of… Read More ›

The Israeli and Palestinian conflict is cooking over a slow fire

The Israeli and Palestinian conflict is cooking over a slow fire

Analysis: After hundreds of arrests in West Bank in recent weeks and another campaign in Gaza, fears of further escalation remain as experts warn the… Read More ›

‘A monstrous lie’: Abbas ’50 holocausts’ claim met with outrage in Israel, Germany

‘A monstrous lie’: Abbas ’50 holocausts’ claim met with outrage in Israel, Germany

Lapid slams PA leader for ‘moral disgrace’ in Berlin; German opposition head says chancellor should have booted Abbas and Yad Vashem chair urges ‘appropriate response’… Read More ›