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Fearful Nights in the City of Peace

Fearful Nights in the City of Peace

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I peered into the eyes of my 11-year-old daughter. Yes, I said. If the worst should happen we must not be afraid because there is meaning to living as a Jew.

Terror At The Tunnels

Terror At The Tunnels

by Miriam Brovender

An American-born Torah scholar takes a wrong turn, and is nearly lynched to death by a Palestinian mob. His wife tells about it.

The Murder of Baruch Cohen

The Murder of Baruch Cohen

by Harvey Tannenbaum

March 19, 2001 Efrat, city in mourning.

A Funeral, A Name, and A Question

A Funeral, A Name, and A Question

by Aryeh ben Levi

One Israeli immigrant mourns the tragic loss of another. A stranger, yet a sister.

Little Bodies

Little Bodies

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Even within hell, it takes a truly twisted and evil mind to smash a boot down on the face of a porcelain doll and declare war on a child.

Hitting the Heartland

Hitting the Heartland

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A group of Aish students tour America, and discover that a good idea is worth pursuing.

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