The Chronicles

A Record of Times

Iranian blast cause unknown

The cause of an explosion that rocked an Iranian city that houses a key nuclear facility remains unclear.

Israel apologizes to N.Y. Times photographer

Israel’s Defense Ministry apologized to a pregnant New York Times photographer who was forced to go through an X-ray machine during a security check.

Rockets from Lebanon strike Israel

Four Katyusha rockets were fired into northern Israel from Lebanon — the first rockets to be fired on the area since 2009.

ACLU sues bus agency over refusal of ‘Boycott Israel’ ad

The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit against a Michigan bus agency that refused to post an advertisement calling for a boycott of Israel.

Hakoah soccer makes a comeback—in New Jersey

More than 70 years after the legendary Hakoah Jewish sports club in Vienna was shut down by the Nazis, a Jewish soccer team in New Jersey has revived the Hakoah name, along with some Jewish athletic aspirations.

Groups to compete for $200,000 in grants to help disabled

A new grant from the Ruderman Family Foundation will support programs and services for the disabled in the Jewish community.

In their off hours, El Al flight crews are now ‘ambassadors’

A new program enlists El Al Airlines flight crews in the campaign to promote Israel’s image in the United States.

Wife of Alan Gross urges activism on his behalf

The wife of American contractor Alan Gross called for increased pressure on Congress and President Obama to get her husband released from a Cuban jail.

Kobe Bryant works out at Southern California JCC

Kobe Bryant reportedly held a private training session at a Jewish community center in Irvine, Calif.

German foundation dumps Irani official from board

A German foundation has removed Iran’s deputy foreign minister, Mostafa Dolatyar, from its board of trustees.

South Africa’s Garden Route Jews form association

Jewish families living in South Africa’s Garden Route have formed a Jewish association.

Unknown thugs attack Egyptian protesters

Former Mossad chief: Israeli strike on Iran will lead to regional war

Iceland becomes first Western European country to recognize Palestinian state

U.K.: Iran faces ‘serious consequences’ over embassy attacks

Second of frog species long thought extinct found in Israel nature reserve

Palestinian Economy Minister charged with embezzlement, insider trading

"Every Jew Should Learn About This Day"

World Zionist Organization re-enacts the recognition of Israel by the UN. MK Danon: “Every Jew should learn about this day.”

Shalit Deal Terrorist Still in Hadassah Hospital

Arutz Sheva receives a second complaint from another family about the terrorist who was hospitalized in Hadassah.

Exclusive Interview: UK Chief Rabbi at Chabad Conference

Arutz Sheva spoke with Rabbi Sacks, after his inspiring speech to the Shluchim gathering in NYC.

The Hi-Tech Deli Counter

A new scale will turn one of the most annoying shopping tasks – waiting in line at the meat counter – into one of the most interesting

Former Mayor: Gov’t Sacrificing Citizens to Moloch

Prosper Azran says Israel’s leaders have abdicated their duty to protect the people from harm – thereby sacrificing them.

UN Officials Show PA Spirit, Bash Israel

United Nations officials continue to raise serious questions about their claim to being a neutral arbiter as they continue to bash Israel.

Kenyan Court Issues Arrest for Omar Al-Bashir; Sudan Cuts Ties

A Kenyan Court’s Issuance of an arrest warrant against Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir has led to a rupture in relations.

Second PA Minister Indicted in Corruption Probe

Ramallah’s ongoing corruption probe continues to cast doubts on popular claims that the PA is ‘ready for statehood.’

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