By KINZEY POSEN
Every May, Gerald Brounstein leaves his law practice in Israel, gets on a flight to Canada and makes his way to Kamsack, Saskatchewan where he fires up his tractor, to seed the fields.
By BEN SALES
NEW YORK (JTA) -- Six years ago, the Israeli government released a series of controversial ads to show its expatriates that they would never feel at home in the United States.
BY MYRON LOVE
The IDF (Israel Defense Force) is the first and last line of defense for the people of Israel. As Zev Faintuch noted, quoting a Holocaust survivor, “without a strong army, there would be no Israel”.
By ANDREW TOBIN
TEL AVIV (JTA) – To build a Jewish state in the Middle East, Israelis had to be innovators.
Lead investigator for Manitoba Securities Commission finds himself at centre of worldwide effort to shut down massive Israeli scam
By BERNIE BELLAN
There has been a rash of stories of late exposing one of the biggest scams operating anywhere in the world: the selling of binary options.
By RAFAEL MEDOFF/JNS.org WASHINGTON – A former State Department official’s new plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace is the latest in a long series of Foggy Bottom proposals for a Mideast solution that went nowhere.
By BEN COHEN/JNS.org
It's been clear for a long time that there is little difference between the character of terrorist attacks in Israel and those in the West more broadly. Trucks ram into crowds—as they did in Nice, Berlin and Jerusalem.
By EKA MEDNIKOV (English translatiion of Hebrew article)
Myself being a Russian – Israel immigrant and resident of Winnipeg for almost nine years, I believe that I can understand the reason for the high number of immigrants from Israel to Winnipeg.
By JAY SHOFET
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Over the past few weeks, more than 1,700 brush fires across Israel have destroyed homes, vehicles and countless irreplaceable personal possessions.
By BERNIE BELLAN In 2014 my wife Meachelle and I had the privilege of attending a Jewish media summit in Jerusalem. The highlight of that summit was seeing both then-President Shimon Peres and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on stage the same day, albeit at different times.
By ALINA DAIN SHARON/Israel Hayom/JNS.org The state of Israel, as well as dignitaries and Jewish groups around the world, came together on Sept. 30 for the funeral service of former Israeli President Shimon Peres, who passed away on Sept. 28 two weeks after suffering a massive stroke. He was 93 years old.
By ANDREW TOBIN
JERUSALEM (JTA) – “Lone wolf” terrorism in Europe is making headlines around the world. But in Israel, the phenomenon of angry or troubled individuals taking up arms is old news.
Jewish director of Christian Friends of Israeli Communities offers staunch defence of Israeli settlements
By BERNIE BELLAN
Sondra Boras is an Orthodox Jew who has made it her life’s work explaining to Christian groups the importance of supporting Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria (a.k.a. the West Bank or the occupied territories).
An opportunity to learn from those who know best: Summer internship at the International Institute for Counter Terrorism in Israel
By BENJI AZIZA
Instead of taking summer courses at the University of Manitoba this summer, I decided to apply for an internship at the International Institute for Counter Terrorism at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel.