Ari Fuld was a constant and consistent defender of Israel. In this video of clips from different sources, Fuld’s passion for Israel and his hatred of the lies spread against it, clear. He challenged people who disagreed with him with facts, not feelings.
During the 1973 Yom Kippur War, IDF soldiers fought ferocious battles against largely Syrian and Egyptian attackers. Effie Eitam was leading a routine reconnaissance patrol on the Golan Heights when his unit was ambushed. Involved in the some of the heaviest fighting of the war, none of Eitam’s unit’s members were either killed or wounded.
Here at Breaking Israel News we are running a series of videos to honor the memory of Ari Fuld z’l (May his memory be blessed). The 45-year-old resident of Efrat was brutally stabbed by a teenage Palestinian attacker as he exited a local supermarket. Although mortally wounded, the hero Fuld managed to draw his gun and… Read more »
Jews across the globe have just celebrated Yom Kippur – the Day of Atonement. In Israel, everything comes to a halt for the 25 hours of the fast. No cars on the road, no children going to school, nobody doing any business. Even in Tel Aviv, seen as Israel’s secular capital, the metropolis sleeps for… Read more »
In an increasingly popular tradition, thousands of (mostly) Hasidic pilgrims make their way to Ukraine for Rosh Hashanah. This year, it was estimated that more than 30,000 of them made their way to the central Ukrainian city of Uman. They go to pray at the graveside of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov – founder of the… Read more »
Israel is the only country outside of the United States to have built a 9/11 memorial. Today, a ceremony took place at the 9/11 Living Memorial Plaza cenotaph, located on a hill in the Arazim Valley of Ramot, Jerusalem. Israel remembers the atrocity and stands in solidarity with its closest ally, the Unite States.
On the 17th day of Elul, 5778, (August 28, 2018), a red heifer was born in the land of Israel. The red heifer candidate is being raised and specially cared for under the auspices of the Temple Institute’s ‘Raise a Red Heifer’ program. If it remains without blemishes it could be used in a re-established… Read more »