If Israel wants to end victorious over its enemies, then the death penalty must remain an option against those who commit atrocities against us.
By Avigdor Liberman
During the last elections, one of Yisrael Beytenu’s main campaign promises was to strengthen and advocate for the death penalty for terrorist murderers. While Israeli judges have always had the option of the death penalty, it has almost never been applied.
By Alex Selsky, Jerusalem Post , 09.05.2017
By Alex Selsky / Jerusalem Post / 12/07/2016
In 1993, at the age of sixteen, I came to Israel alone through the NAALE program, which provides Jewish high school students worldwide the opportunity to study in Israel. Most of my fellow classmates and many NAALE graduates made aliya after high school with their families following at some point.
A tribute to former Speaker of the Norwegian Parliament Jo Benkow in the Knesset.
In a moving ceremony, Knesset pays tribute to Jo Benkow, Holocaust survivor who in the past served as Speaker of the Norwegian parliament.
While staunchly proud Jews and Zionists, many in the communities, especially in the US, are unable to pay for an exorbitantly-priced Jewish education for their children.
Within a generation or two, as a result of assimilation, a break with relatives living in Israel and the lack of a minimal Jewish education, Russian Jews will no longer see themselves as “Jewish.”