Watch: Kippalive performs Carlebach Kabbalat Shabbat

The perfect acapella soundtrack for your Shabbat preparations.

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Toddler And Dog Play The Cutest Game Of Fetch Over Backyard Fence

An adorable friendship is blossoming between a toddler and a dog, despite the
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40 positive days for Israel

The 40-day challenge is a new idea, but its roots are in our Torah, and it may just become a ...
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Assad’s return to Golan complicates Israel’s war with Iran

The Assad regime claims the 1974 agreement forbids the IAF from entering Syrian airspace in the Golan.

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The 24th annual walk of Tisha B’Av Eve

Jews from around the country participate in Women in Green's march in Jerusalem.

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Thirteen dead as Missouri storm sinks 'duck boat'

Divers will resume searching Table Rock Lake outside the town of Branson a day after the "Ride the Ducks" amphibious ...
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U.S. air strike kills Islamic State leader in Afghanistan

By Mirwais Harooni KABUL (Reuters) – The top Islamic State commander in Afghanistan has been killed by a U.S. air strike in the country’s east, officials said on Saturday, the fourth ex-Taliban who declared loyalty to the Middle East-based militants to be assassinated within a week. Hafez Saeed was the leader of Islamic State in the “so-called Khorasan state”, Afghanistan’s National Directorate of Security (NDS) said, referring to an old term the militants use to describe Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Iran nuclear talks ‘near the summit’

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius speaks to journalists in front of the Palais Coburg Hotel, where the Iran nuclear talks meetings are being held, in Vienna on July 12, 2015Iran and major world powers were late Sunday closer than ever to a historic nuclear deal on the eve of a new deadline set at marathon talks in Vienna. Iran's nuclear chief, Ali Akbar Salehi, told Iranian media that "technical negotiations were de-facto completed". The talks seek to nail down a deal curbing Iran's nuclear activities to make it extremely difficult for Tehran — which denies any such goal — to develop the atomic bomb.