French proposal would move Hezbollah 6 miles from border

(JNS) — Paris has brought a proposal to Beirut that aims to prevent a full-scale war between Israel and Hezbollah over the Iranian terrorist proxy’s cross-border attacks from Lebanon. Last week, French Foreign Minister Stéphane Séjourn...

Netanyahu protests 'settler violence' sanctions in Biden call

(JNS) — During his call on Sunday with U.S. President Joe Biden, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized the U.S. administration’s move to sanction four residents of Judea and Samaria over purported “settler vi...

2 Matisyahu concerts in the Southwest are canceled after pro-Palestinian activists protest

(JTA) — Two concerts by Matisyahu, the American Jewish singer famous for his peace anthem “One Day,” have been canceled after pro-Palestinian protesters targeted venues where he was set to perform. Meow Wolf in Santa Fe, New Mexico, canceled...

Jewish billionaire David Rubenstein buys his hometown Baltimore Orioles

(JTA) - Jewish billionaire businessman and philanthropist David Rubenstein has reportedly agreed to purchase the MLB's Baltimore Orioles. Rubenstein, a Baltimore native who is best known as the...

Philanthropy to Israel at all-time high following Oct. 7

(JNS) — The Hamas’s Oct. 7 invasion of Israel has spurred a historic level of Jewish philanthropy, with the largest emergency fund set up when the war broke out alone raising nearly $800 million, the Jewish Federations of North America said on...

Why are there still Palestinian refugees after 75 long years?

(FLAME via JNS)— Refugee crises have afflicted millions of innocent war victims in the last century, but only one has stretched for a record-breaking seven decades — a problem precipitated and perpetuated by Israel’s Arab enemies, including...

The girl in the picture

(JNS) — Nick Ut, a Vietnamese American photographer, snapped the Pulitzer Prize-winning picture on June 8, 1972 of nine-year-old Phan Thi Kim Phuc, burned by napalm, running naked down a road. She has been known throughout her life as “the...

Media worries about terrorists who died in hostage rescue

(JNS) — The media defies satire. “Palestinians in Rafah Describe ‘Night Full of Horror’ During Israeli Hostage Rescue”—New York Times “Dozens reported dead in Rafah strikes as Israel rescues two hostages”—Washington Post...

When terrorists rule

(JNS) — Staffan Tillander, a retired Swedish diplomat, wrote an assessment of terrorist-stronghold territories published by the Jerusalem Strategic Tribune. XX is only estimated to have perhaps 4 to 5000 fighters, but it thrives on rifts and...

The terrorizing of the Jews

(JNS) — It is time that the Jewish establishment infrastructure worldwide—and Israel’s government, in particular—recognizes that at this time, the “pro-Palestine resistance” campaign we now witness seeks to terrorize Jews. It is not...

An eye for an eye?

(JNS) — I once heard a story about two Jews back in Russia who got into a terrible argument. Their blood pressure was rising fast. One fellow got so incensed that he shouted, “I am so angry at what you’ve done to me that I… uh… I uh… I...

Heritage writer has a blog to appease her 'inner geek'

This March, Marilyn Shapiro will be celebrating a milestone in her writing career: the tenth anniversary of her blog, There Goes My Heart. Wait! You don't know she has a blog? And if you knew, you...

Pretty, pretty, pretty good: Final season of 'Curb' debuts anti-hate apparel

(JNS) - "Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David is ending a decade-long gig as a "social assassin," making audiences howl with laughter and squirm with embarrassment at the outlandish predicaments he...

How the internet reacted to the first-ever Super Bowl ad about antisemitism

(JTA) — Was the first antisemitism-themed ad to air at the Super Bowl tactful or tasteless? How much did it have to do with Israel? And what is “Jewish hate,” anyway? Those are some of the questions that have arisen after the Foundation to...

Jewish music with a country twang

Joe Buchanan, a convert to Judaism inspired by the traditions of Americana music and his faith, will be Artist in Residence on March 1 and 2 at Congregation Ohev Shalom. It was just after a...

Trying to get back to normal after Oct. 7

Just now, Friday morning, 10:45 a.m. I am in the kitchen, cleaning, cooking, making room on the refrigerator for a new Shabbat list. So many magnets and photos crowd the refrigerator door…what do I remove to make room. What don’t we need. I...

Insights from The Orlando Senior Help Desk: Transfer Pants

Transfer Pants are high quality unisex pants designed to move disabled persons safely, easily and comfortably. They have patented handles sewn into the pants and the liner to prevent falls and injuries to mobility challenged individuals. They have...

Susie Bierman dies at 84

When Arnold Bierman first saw his future bride, he noted that she was "cute, short and possibly Jewish." Susan Reva Cohen Bierman was definitely cute and short and very Jewish. And although she was... Full story

Obituary - EDWARD FELIX PAREDES

Mr. Edward Felix Paredes, 63, of Orlando, Florida passed away Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024 at Advent Health Orlando following a brief illness. Mr. Paredes was born May 5, 1960, in Washington, D.C. He was a travel agent with American Airlines and is... Full story

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