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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, October 19, 2017


Tziporah Feige Kaplan, the daughter of the late Rabbi and MK Meir Kahane, founder of The Jewish Defense League and the Kach party who was assassinated in New York by an Arab gunman, passed away over Shabbat at the age of 56, after suffering a severe CVA over a week ago.

The funeral took place this past Motzei Shabbat at the Har Hamenuchot cemetery in Jerusalem where her father as well as late brother, Binyamin Ze’ev and late sister-in-law Talia are buried.  

In 2014, at an event marking 24 years since the murder of Rabbi Kahane, Rebbetzin Kaplan told Arutz Sheva that “the thing that most characterized him as a father was his concern for our education. He never tired of telling us how important it was for us to study Torah when we were

Remembering the indefatigable Jewish leader whose life embodied the saga of the Jewish state.

Few people ever embodied Israel like Shimon Peres, who has died at the age of 93.

Born in Belorussia in 1923, Shimon Peres’ life closely mirrored that of the Jewish state, to whose founding and development he dedicated his long life of public service. In each era through which he lived, Peres was a key player on the world stage, always working to safeguard Jews and the Jewish state.

A regular visitor of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, who advised him on a public career spanning 60 years

By the age of 12 he had become a Nazarite, just like his father, foregoing haircuts and eschewing meat, wine and leather shoes. He stopped a few years later—having explicitly avoided making a vow—although he never did eat fish, poultry and meat, or drink wine again. At age 20 in 1948, with Israel’s War of Independence raging around them, he and a group of fellow yeshivah students snuck into

While walking through my Jerusalem hotel dining room thinking about the news from the states that a U.S. court has tossed out a $655 million terrorism judgment, a young woman came up and gave me a big “Hi!”

Seeing that I was not connecting her face and name, she spared me that now all too frequent embarrassment and quickly said, “Sarah.” She was one of the first girls that my late daughter Alisa met when we moved to West Orange, New Jersey in 1978. She and Alisa attended nursery school

To the world she was a survivor and trailblazing visionary. To me and my siblings she was our mother who was always there for us.

These are most difficult words for me to write. Today I got up from sitting shiva for my beloved mother, Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis. For seven days I opened my mother’s front door, waiting for her beautiful smile to greet me. I walked into my mother’s kitchen where photos of all her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren plastered the walls. I looked for her but