Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, the chief rabbi of Tzfat, led a prayer vigil in response to the swearing-in of a controversial “unity government”.
I’ve been meaning to write this article for years, and am remiss for having waited this long. The voice of Yaacov is the primary weapon of the Jewish people, as opposed to the sword of Eisav. I will assume the reader already knows this and does not need a compendium of sources to prove something so elementary. […]
A prominent mystic rabbi composed a prayer for a victory for President Trump in the elections and emphasizes the connection between the US and Israel.
With ten days remaining until the election, Trump’s Orthodox Jewish daughter turns to “higher powers” for help in a repeat of her successful visit to the site four years ago.
These are just some of the words used by Jewish leaders describing how they felt by the incredible phenomena of Christians from around the world praying for Israel as part of the Genesis 123 Foundation’s Global Prayer for Israel and Virtual Pilgrimage.
Let’s take a look at some things that can be done to “spice up,” daily prayers, and make them more meaningful.
Jews worldwide will join in on the Day of Prayer by reciting Psalms.
Former MK Dov Lipman released some good news regarding Felber noting that after his friends sat beside his lifeless body in his hospital room and recited the Jewish Shema prayer, Felber began communicating for the first time since the incident.
The new policy has not been officially declared, but meanwhile, Jews on the Mount are daily enjoying their restored right to behave and worship as Jews in the place of the Holy Temple.
The campaign’s initiator, Temple Mount activist Akiva Lerner, believes that if they get enough Jewish worshippers to pray at the gate of the Temple Mount on Shabat, it will eventually lead to the free access for Jews to make the pilgrimage on the day of rest.