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Is it a coincidence that the two people most intimately involved in creating the Hebrew Music Museum are both Levis, descendants of the tribe dedicated to providing music in the Temple?  For … more
Every time the Olympics rolls around, I want to believe in it. I want to partake in it from afar and cheer this idea of humanity coming together in the spirit of sportsmanship. When it’s the … more
Vanessa Radom made aliyah from the States with her husband, Mark and their 4 young children in 2006. This is a fairly common story. Like other olim, they knew they would encounter challenges, but … more
When I made aliyah over a year ago, I was warned that it would be hard. With no family here, many people gave me their contact information … more
Ten college undergraduates from Long Island — including students from Woodmere and Lawrence — participated in the sixth annual Summer Science Research Internship Program, a joint … more
It’s one of the most disturbing photos from Israel that I’ve seen in years. I’m referring to this week’s image of the hundreds of Palestinian terrorist weapons captured in … more
Ambassador Dani Dayan, Israel’s new consul general in New York, greeted more than 200 friends of Israel in the Lawrence backyard of Yael and Gary Mandel. Although … more
A Palestinian who offered assistance at the scene of a July terrorist attack that killed a rabbi and injured his wife and daughter, has been dismissed from his public service job in the Palestinian … more
The Temple Institute in Jerusalem plans to open the world’s first school to teach Kohanim all of the practical skills required to serve in the Third Holy Temple. The curriculum at Nezer … more
With the United Nations long panned for harboring deep anti-Israel bias, Israel’s position within the international organization has often been deemed hopeless. However, after a tireless … more
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