Fires rage in the Negev from terror kites

Kites and balloons have sadly become a weapon in the hands of violent Gaza protesters intent on setting fire to Israeli forests and fields.

The Tefillin of Qumran

A family's Bar Mitzvah trip to Israel yields unexpected results.

From Dundas to the IDF

Jamie Ennis, 21, has an air of quiet and self confident humility for one so young. The youngest of four sons born to Dundas residents Gilda and Jeff Ennis, the recently graduated paratrooper was on a month’s leave from the Israel Defense Forces when he met with the HJN.

A holiday with two names

A vivid description of Yom Kippur in a mixed secular/religious community.

Evangelical group holds Israel lovefest

A crowd of more than 350 people came together at Peoples Church on Mohawk Road on May 18 to enjoy an evening of rousing song and dance, speeches and prayers honoring 69 years of Israeli independence.