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Kanye West: ‘Jewish People, Forgive Hitler Today’

In a new interview this week, Ye (formerly known as Kanye West) continued his media tour of praising Adolf Hitler and spewing antisemitism. The interview was released by Proud Boys Founder Gavin McInnes as part of a series entitled Saving… Continue Reading →

Former Clinton Pollster Predicts Biden Won’t Be The Dem Candidate In 2024

Former Clinton pollster Mark Penn provides analysis on the ‘incredible race’ for Senate between Herschel Walker and Sen. Raphael Warnock. He also discusses the possibility of President Biden seeking re-election in 2024. WATCH:

Former Iranian Jewish Activist Continues Her Fight Against Regime From Israel

JERUSALEM (VINnews) — Farisa Daniel is undeterred by trials and tribulations, even those that have repeatedly threatened her life. Daniel is the director of Israel-Pars TV, an Israeli television station in Persian which allows opposers of the regime to broadcast… Continue Reading →

Europe Will Soon Allow Phone Calls On Flights. Will The U.S. Be Next?

You can soon say goodbye to airplane mode – at least in Europe. The European Commission ruled late last month to permit airlines to provide 5G connectivity to passengers on board, including for phone calls and high-speed data. E.U. member… Continue Reading →

Video, Photos: Rav Meilich Biderman – Bas Ayin’s Yahrtzeit | הילולת הבת עין עם הרב אלימלך בידרמן – תשפ״ג

Thousands of followers of renowned mashpia Rav Meilich Biderman packed the Vizhnitzer bais medrash in Bnei Brak to mark the yahrtzeit of the Bas Ayin. WATCH: הילולת הבת עין בבית ויז’ניץצילום: שוקי לרר   הילולת הבת עין בבית ויז’ניץצילום: שוקי… Continue Reading →

Likud, UTJ Close To Agreement On Draft Law And Possible Basic Law: Value Of Torah Study

JERUSALEM (VINnews) — Likud and United Torah Judaism (UTJ)are close to compromise on the controversial Draft Law issue, according to Israeli media reports. The compromise will be brought to the Council of Torah Sages of the Chasidic community, who made… Continue Reading →

24-Hours A Day Non-Stop Learning In Yerushalayim

[COMMUNICATED] Three kedoshei elyon had one common concept when it came to learning Torah – they were the Ohr Hachaim Hakadosh (Rabbi Chaim ibn Attar 1696-1743) when he came to Eretz Yisroel; the Ramchal (Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto 1707-1746) when he lived in Padua,… Continue Reading →

Listen: Rabbi Avrohom Asher Makovsky’s “Daily Dose of Chesed” Podcast on Matzav.com: Be Extra Careful With The Feelings Of Someone In Pain

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Listen: The Daily “Bitachon 4 Life” Burst of Inspiration on Matzav.com: How Can I Avoid Difficulties?

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Listen: The Daily Tefila4Life Shiur On Matzav.com: Who Am I Turning To?

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In Tweet, Elon Musk Mocks Wikipedia Over ‘Left-Wing Bias”

CALIFORNIA (Yaakov M / VINnews) — Elon Musk said that Wikipedia has a “left-wing bias” after the website marked the “Twitter files” article for deletion. The leftist editors called the article a “nothing event about another nothing event.” In truth,… Continue Reading →

The View from Baku // A conversation with Rabbi Zamir Isayev

“I’m a Mountain Jew. According to our tradition, we came here directly from Bavel. After several later waves of immigration of Jews from Persia, we started to speak a language known as Juhuri.” The news that emerged in the middle… Continue Reading →

Kellogg’s vs. Kravy // IP lawyer Andrew Bochner explains to Ami how he prevailed when Kellogg’s challenged a heimishe brand’s trademark

If you build a company and want it to stand out amid its competitors, to attract customers who have heard of it, you need a name that people will remember. And to keep other companies from using the same name,… Continue Reading →

The “Twitter Files” on Hunter Biden // What did the revelations hyped by Elon Musk really reveal?

Since Elon Musk first started to talk about buying Twitter, he has suggested that if he bought it, he would reveal the inside workings of the social media company. Now he is making good on that promise. If there is… Continue Reading →

The Unusual Journey of Hadassah Teitelbaum // A member of the Hilltop Youth, Hadassah Teitelbaum became a Yiddish-speaking chasidiste

I was spending time with a friend when I realized that I had marked this article down as due on the 26th instead of the 16th, when it was actually due. I abruptly went from laughter to sheer panic.  “Is… Continue Reading →

Fringe Is Fringe // Not all progressives are alike

Even as fretting continued apace over the influence that the “Squad” and other Israel-unfriendly progressives in Congress might bring to bear on the Democratic Party, the House Democratic Caucus elected as its new leader one of Congress’ strongest supporters of… Continue Reading →

Decadent Doughnuts // Salted Caramel Pretzel Doughnuts

Filling: 3 sticks (1½ cups) margarine ¼ cup nondairy milk 1½ cups Bakers Choice pretzel cream 1 cup confectioners’ sugar ¾ cup crushed pretzels Topping: Caramel cream Roughly chopped pretzels Coarse sea salt   Prepare the doughnuts: Follow the directions… Continue Reading →

Decadent Doughnuts // Lemon Meringue Doughnuts

Filling:  16 oz. liquid whip topping 1 (12-oz.) package Bakers Choice lemon creme ¼ cup sugar Topping: 4 egg whites 1 cup sugar ¼ teaspoon cream of tartar   Prepare the doughnuts: Follow the directions on the previous page. Prepare… Continue Reading →

The Mother We Know Now // We’re insulated from other people’s pain—until we aren’t

It’s morning, time to wake everyone up, get them dressed, feed them breakfast and prepare lunches.  The first thing I hear about what happened is in a text from America: The roads are closed because of a suspected terror attack…. Continue Reading →

Democratic Sen. Warnock Wins Georgia Runoff Against Walker

ATLANTA (AP) — Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock defeated Republican challenger Herschel Walker in a Georgia runoff election Tuesday, ensuring Democrats an outright majority in the Senate for the rest of President Joe Biden’s term and helping cap an underwhelming midterm… Continue Reading →

Naftali Bennett Sues Rabbi Who Claimed His Parents Are Not Jewish

ISRAEL (VINnews) — Former prime minister Naftali Bennett has filed a 1 million shekel lawsuit against a rabbi who falsely claimed that Bennett’s parents, Myrna and Jim, were not Jewish. The defamation lawsuit alleges that the false claims and “appalling… Continue Reading →

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