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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, May 27, 2017

Israel

Rav Yosef Sitruk, the former Chief Rabbi of France, will be one of the distinguished Torah leaders addressing a large audience at the upcoming Dirshu World Siyum in Israel.The much-acclaimed Dirshu organization – which encourages committed daily Torah study through its structured programs and examinations – is preparing to take the Torah world by storm with an unprecedented array of four massive siyum celebrations in Israel. Set for the last two days of this month, the gatherings commemorating the completion of Shas and volumes of halacha are expected to draw well over 60,000 people to such grand venues as Tel Aviv’s Yad Eliyahu Stadium, the Binyanei Hauma Convention Center in Jerusalem, and Eim Hamoshavot Stadium in Petach Tikvah.

According to the director of Dirshu, Rabbi Dovid Hofstedter, thousands of individuals worldwide take part in the group’s Torah study programs by following a set learning structure

A screen grab of a video in which Egyptian interviewees turn violent when hearing they were pranked on Israeli TV. (CREDIT: MEMRI)Three Egyptian celebrities reacted violently after they were told in a prank that Israelis were interviewing them on a show they thought was German.

One of the Egyptians assaulted the female interviewer.  “The prank speaks volumes not only about the level of hatred for Jews and Israelis in Egyptian popular culture but about what is considered acceptable behavior in the Muslim world,” wrote JNS columnist Jonathan Tobin in Commentary Magazine. “To be fair... Egyptians who appear to be friendly

Social protestors in Israel have taken their actions to a new level, raising alarm among the countrys government leaders.As the social protests in Israel against economic inequality took a turn for the worse, a group of protestors set fire to the front of the National Insurance Institute (Bituach Leumi) office in Ramat Gan early Monday morning. Demonstrating that their act was committed to show solidarity with the man who tragically set himself on fire at a Tel Aviv protest on Saturday night, the vandals scrawled the words “Price tag Moshe Silman” on the wall of the agency’s building. When emergency services arrived

According to some observers, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's remarks in Jerusalem this week, indicating that there is no expectation that the U.S. will release Jonathan Pollard after an unprecedented 27 years in prison, stunned her Israeli hosts and marred the warm reception she received from the Israeli public.

U.S. Secretary of State did not offer any explanation as to why the U.S. wants to keep the aging and very ill Pollard in prison forever. She simply replied that Pollard was

Gershon Mesika, the head of the Samaria Council, addresses a pro-Yesha conference in Hebron, Thursday, July 12. (Photo courtesy of Women in Green) Conference Held in Support of Jewish Sovereignty over Judea and Samaria

There was an impressive show of force in Hebron, as more than six hundred Eretz Yisrael (Land of Israel) supporters gathered on Thursday, July 12, in the hall adjoining the Machpelah Cave to together call for the application of Israeli sovereignty over Judea and Samaria.


In this Conference, the second of its kind, that was organized by Women in Green, a number of people spoke, including the Chairman of Habayit Hayehudi (the