Take a Look ‘Beneath the Helmet’ of an IDF Recruit

Taking part at the annual AIPAC conference in Washington DC were those behind a unique film, which gives a first person view from the eyes of a fresh IDF recruit. "Beneath the Helmet" is the work of co-producer David Coleman and First Lt. Eden Adler who plays a key role in the film, and Arutz Sheva got […]


‘Political Fireworks Obscured Netanyahu’s Message’

Arutz Sheva got the chance to talk with Yeshiva University President Richard M. Joel during the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) annual conference this week, where he talked about the importance of the event. According to Joel, the conference is a "cementer of Jewish identity" as it brings Jews of all stripes together for several days […]


Iran’s Supreme Leader Hospitalized in Critical Condition

Just in time for Purim, the Jewish holiday celebrating the redemption of the Jewish people from plots of genocide in ancient Persia, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was reportedly hospitalized in critical condition on Wednesday. According to Arab media reports cited by Israel Hayom, Khamenei was urgently brought to a hospital in Tehran after […]


Assad Insists the Syrian People Support Him

Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad insisted Wednesday he continues to enjoy the support of the Syrian people despite nearly four years of war and international pressure on his regime. In an interview with Portuguese broadcaster RTP, Assad claimed that the image of him presented in the West was deeply skewed. "The people are against him, the […]


Netanyahu: My Words Resonated with Congress Members

Shortly after returning to Israel from Washington, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Wednesday evening spoke about his speech to Congress, saying that he believed it had resonated among American lawmakers. Netanyahu said that his speech did indeed offer a new alternative to the emerging agreement with Iran. "I said that the deal will not stop […]


Mac TA routs K8, marches toward history

Maccabi Tel Aviv edged closer towards becoming the first Israeli club to complete an unprecedented local treble on Wednesday night, beating Ironi Kiryat Shmona 3-0 at Bloomfield Stadium to advance to the State Cup semifinals with a 4-1 aggregate win. With the Toto Cup already in the bag and a four-point gap over Kiryat Shmona […]


Yellow-and-blue can’t afford slip-up at last-place Belgrade

Sofoklis Schortsanitis will be back in Euroleague action for Maccabi Tel Aviv on Thursday night, but it remains to be seen which version of Sofo arrives at Red Star Belgrade’s Kombank Arena. The Greek center missed last week’s win over Panathinaikos at Yad Eliyahu Arena and the State Cup final against Hapoel Jerusalem earlier in […]


Israeli soccer’s coaching carousel continues to spin wildly

As the second half of the Israeli soccer season has unfolded, the Israeli coaching merry-go-round has begun to revolve at a much quicker pace. To the learned observer of the sport, this phenomenon presents paradoxes and issues which are most difficult to decipher and define. One inescapable conclusion is that the position is fraught with […]


New York City Schools to Close on Muslim Holidays

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Wednesday that the city’s public schools will be closed for two Muslim holidays, CNN reported. Under the change announced by de Blasio and city Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina, there will be no classes for Eid al-Adha, also known as the Festival of Sacrifice, starting next September […]


Clinton in Hot Water for Using Personal E-mail While in Office

Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appears to be in hot water over her use of a personal e-mail account for diplomatic business while serving as the top American diplomat, Yahoo News reports. The New York Times revealed on Tuesday that Clinton used a personal address during her entire four years as secretary […]

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