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TEL AVIV - The old adage "Football is life. The rest is mere details" clearly doesn't ring true for one rabbi who was caught on a stadium camera at an Israel-Scotland game in Glasgow deep in Talmudic study just after the away team scored a goal. 

WATCH: Clip of Rabbi Studying Talmud After Goal Scored Goes Viral

TEL AVIV – The old adage “Football is life. The rest is mere details” clearly doesn’t ring true for one rabbi who was caught on a stadium camera at an Israel-Scotland game in Glasgow deep in Talmudic study just after the away team scored a goal. 

An ultra-Orthodox Jew walks between the Sukkahs (tabernacles) that fill a narrow street in the religious Mea Shearim neighbourhood as another Jewish man works on his booth which will be used during the upcoming festival of Sukkot, on October 1, 2009, in Jerusalem, Israel. The eight-day Jewish Feast of the …

Sukkah Saves Israeli Who Fell from 4th Floor Balcony

TEL AVIV – A man fell off of a fourth floor balcony on on the eve of the Jewish holiday of Succoth but the sukkah of a neighbour broke the fall and likely saved his life, Jerusalem paramedics said. 

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Israel Shuts Down for Yom Kippur

Israel shut down on Tuesday evening for Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement and the holiest day of the Jewish calendar.

Cuban dissident Daniel Llorente Miranda, an anti-communist, pro-American protester, has been placed in one of the nation’s most notorious mental institutions following his interruption of the annual May Day parade, where he ran down the parade route waving an American flag.

Quoting Jefferson and Demanding His U.S. Flag Back, Cuba’s May Day Protester Freed

The government of Cuba released Daniel Llorente, an independent dissident, from a notorious mental hospital where he was detained for more than a year after being diagnosed with “believing in God.” Llorente was arrested after interrupting the 2017 May Day parade in Havana, waving an American flag and demanding freedom for Cuba.

Journalist Who Posted Teens’ Pre-Prom Prayer Pic Faces Backlash

Journalist Who Posted Teens’ Pre-Prom Prayer Pic Faces Backlash

A journalist who posted a picture of a group of teenagers praying in a restaurant before prom is getting some heat from Facebook users who argued the kids were not necessarily “nice” just because they were praying in the picture.