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By RAYMOND S. SOLOMON
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By HAGAY HACOHEN
Trained as a family mediator and now taking a course in Islamic law, she prides herself on being able to offer her clients a variety of tools, legal as well as cultural, to improve their lives.
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
American chefs from popular US culinary television programs, food critics and top restaurant owners, take a culinary tour around Israel.
By MARK WEISS
An Egyptian-mediated ceasefire ends the deadliest flare-up since 2014
By STEVE LINDE
The population has grown more than 11-fold since the country was established in 1948.
By RAYMOND S. SOLOMON
Two Holocaust scholars, in a book based largely on interviews, give voice to Peter Bergson, a key Holocaust rescue activist in America
By WENDY BLUMFIELD
"As I sat over a cup of coffee in the basement museum with its director, Claudia Sophia-Weinberg, some of the residents wandered in to chat in a warm and welcoming environment."
By LES GLASSMAN,LARRY PFEFFER
He rescued thousands of Jews in Hungary.
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
There are the makings of a great novel and a splendid film in the intertwined lives of Victor and Lilian, a saga stretching across 70 years.
By MONTE JACOBSON
The topic was the subject of a conference organized by the Institute for Polish Jewish Studies at the Polish Embassy in London.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The Warsaw Ghetto Museum opens in 2023
By BENITA LEVIN
"I was stunned at the numbers of people on social media who took selfies."
By YAFIT OVADIA
On the moon, but not over the moon.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
His duress only made his loyalists join him as he circled his wagons
This is the first time anyone anywhere has successfully engineered and printed an entire heart replete with cells, blood vessels, ventricles and chambers.
“If at first you don’t succeed, you try again.”
Soprano Eva Ben-Zvi sings the Holocaust diarist’s legacy.
By ALONA VINOGRAD
The fundamental principles of democracy have become hollowed out even more than before.
By ALBERT JACOB
It is worth noting that Europeans or people of European descent are not the only people with wrong ideas.
Perhaps even more than the High Holy Days, Passover, which is the first of four Jewish New Years, is the symbol of Jewish peoplehood and common Jewish destiny.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
Rabbi Steinsaltz’s brief English introduction sets the tone for the entire book. In just four pages, he explains why the Psalms hold a universal appeal for mankind.
Since I am interviewing myself, I can really take the gloves off – a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
By LARRY BUTCHINS
Pedaling south to north across the entire African continent with this bare minimum of supplies, he made this epic 19,000 km journey in just over five months
By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
Jews first arrived in the country during Roman times
By NEVILLE TELLER
With every shade of political opinion represented by Knesset seats, no one party can emerge as the outright winner.
By JOSH ARONSON
I want to find the ideal partner and get married and have kids I can raise as Israelis.
By BARRY DAVIS
By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN
By ZACHARY KEYSER
By JUSTIN CHANG / LOS ANGELES TIMES
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