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A visit from the Turkish foreign minister, and possibly the energy minister, places the improving Turkish-Israeli relations on a practical path.
Death by hanging, shooting or gassing for terrorists will tear away the soul of the State of Israel.
“Parents do not need to be worried about teachers strikes,” Yaffa Ben-David, head of the Teachers Union said. “They need to be worried about the school year not opening due to the shortage.”
Israel has been in the sights of the UN for so long that targeting the country has become an institutionalized feature of the world body.
New dialogue and far-reaching collaboration are underway between the European Union and Israel.
A museum exchange entails the Vatican loaning Jewish artifacts in its possession to a museum with a history of biblical archaeology.
Many elements like climate change and COVID-19 have led investors to choose projects that will positively impact society and the planet.
The Eurovision means a lot to some people who learn their country's song by heart by the time the competition starts.
Any sanction relief Iran experiences in return for reducing its nuclear program will allow it to strengthen its proxy organizations across the globe.
Non-Jewish people should be able to explore Jewish traditions and elements without having to commit to converting.