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After immigrating from New Jersey, Miriam Serkez, 20, became a medic with the Israeli emergency medical service Magen David Adom. It’s part of her national service in Israel, … more
More than 200 evangelical leaders, organized by the Latin Coalition for Israel, gathered at the Aish Hatorah World Center in Jerusalem to celebrate the one-year anniversaries of the American and … more
Mindy Engelberg of Woodsburgh submitted this story in the hope that the suffering of her grandson and his family may spare others in our community. The last day of Yom Tov … more
Israel’s adversaries in the BDS movement thought they could starve Israel through economic warfare that included even its food sector. Many remember the furor over SodaStream, Sabra hummus, … more
It’s glitzy. It’s kitschy. It’s like a musical Olympics or American Idol on steroids. Welcome to the Eurovision Song Contest, an annual pageant in which all of Europe (and some … more
It’s been a surreal few days. Last Thursday, I grappled with explaining the Holocaust Remembrance Day siren to my four-year-old. We were in a coffee shop when it blared. … more
Israel’s oldest cemetery, Har HaZeitim — the Mount of Olives — will be rejuvenated. Overlooking the Temple Mount, the 3,000-year-old reservoir of Jewish history is the resting … more
The Syrian opposition recently reported that the remains of Israeli spy Eli Cohen were delivered to the Russians in preparation for their return to Israel. The reports also gave details about the … more
Benjamin Netanyahu won the election. Benny Gantz, his rival, came close but lost. That much we know. But why did Israelis vote the way they did on Tuesday? What issues drove the prime … more
Like lots of millennials who have catapulted to fame, May Golan got her start on the Internet, blogging about life in her South Tel Aviv neighborhood. From there she gained … more
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