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By MARK WEISS
By WENDY BLUMFIELD
By STEVE LINDE
By NEVILLE TELLER
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
By HAGAY HACOHEN
The famous Iditarod race in Alaska raises ethical questions.
By MICHELLE LOWENSTEIN,STEVE LINDE
David Berman believes that learning the ancient board game at an early age can be life-changing.
By MARK WEISS
Knesset Member Pnina Tamano-Shata of Blue and White, a member of the Ethiopian-Israeli community, condemned the violence but said the outburst of rage followed years of pent-up frustration.
By AMIEL UNGAR
It would take a cataclysmic change similar to the end of the Cold War – for example, a universal Middle East peace – to change the Israeli political landscape.
By DAVID GEFFEN
As a Jewish Confederate Boy Scout in the 1940s and early ’50s, I first learned about the KKK.
Top Israeli and American officials, including US Ambassador David Friedman and Special Representative Jason Greenblatt, attended the opening on June 30 of Jerusalem’s Pilgrimage Road,
Whether or not you support Ehud Barak, Israel’s most decorated soldier is no idiot.
By TIBOR KRAUSZ
So what has turned this small stretch of much-contested real estate into the object of millennial Jewish longing and the keystone of Jewish identity?
By NORMAN EISEN
‘Bucharest Diary’ is a vivid memoir by a former US envoy to Romania.
Now in her 80s, the protagonist opens up to the sympathetic writer about the horrors of the Holocaust in the Netherlands.
My blessed Yiddishe mother used to ask, when something was weirder than real life, in Yiddish of course, “Am I meshugge, or he is meshugge?”
By SHLOMO MAITAL
I am fortunate to share an office at the Technion’s Samuel Neaman Institute with Rafi Nave, a hi-tech pioneer whose career spans four decades.
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
“A big part of Ramadan is the hospitality we give to others and…one of the big purchases (Muslims here) make is sweetened soft drinks which are very unhealthy,” Barakat told The Jerusalem Report.
By JOSH ARONSON
“I knew that the Canadian government and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had come out a number of times against BDS, even referring to the campaigns as a ‘new form of antisemitism in the world.’
By ALIYA BENITA LEVIN
One of the biggest concerns about making aliyah is that your children won’t be surrounded by the scores of cousins they are used to sharing birthdays, family celebrations and holidays with each year.
By YOSSI MELMAN
The story of Moe Berg, the US spy who wanted to be sent to Israel
By NAIM PERESS
On July 3, the United States will mark the 156th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, a decisive engagement in the American Civil War.
Trump announced on June 22 that the US would impose “major” additional sanctions on Iran in a bid to prevent it from obtaining nuclear weapons, and pressure its leadership to change course.
His connection with Zionism was reinforced while serving in the Royal Scots Greys cavalry, when he was sent to Mandate Palestine to fight with a saber and rifle on horseback.
By HAVIVA NER-DAVID
Her journey, from Germany to Israel via England, has been a full one so far, packed with accomplishments, lessons, contributions, loves, losses and regrets.
There is enormous creative energy in Israel. While politicians play games, scientists continue to do pathbreaking research, and entrepreneurs continue to launch thousands of new start-ups.
By MORDECHAI BECK
Ticho House is a popular tourist attraction and art gallery in downtown Jerusalem.
By NOA AMOUYAL
Newly appointed AJC President Harriet Schleifer discusses mounting global antisemitism and fighting for Israel in the corridors of power.
Over 2,000 schoolchildren and youth group members were invited to be the bearers of the first-fruit offerings.
By LINDA GRADSTEIN
The prominent philanthropist talks about improving ties between US Jews and Israel, and advancing the rights of people with disabilities.
By BARRY DAVIS
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN
By ZACHARY KEYSER
By JUSTIN CHANG / LOS ANGELES TIMES
By PROMO CONTENT
By EVELYN GORDON
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