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Zionism has never been experienced the same way by different Zionists. Two early Zionist experiences highlight these differences. Before the founding of the State of Israel, two simultaneous … more
Wearing colorful traditional costumes, native peoples from around the globe made speeches, sang, danced, beat drums and, in one case, sounded a giant ram’s horn on Thursday to celebrate the … more
The International Court of Justice has delivered its interim judgment on the South African government’s “genocide” charge against Israel. Even this political body appointed by the … more
For months, the news has been filled with some chilling events aimed at the Jews: Kidnap, rape, torture, murder and war with a brutal enemy that hides in schools, hospitals and an endless network of … more
Dining at the Milky Way was an experience — kosher food with zip and a dash of ethnicity served up in a cozy atmosphere where family photos and Leah’s paintings lined the walls. It … more
T he history of the Jewish people in the Land of Israel did not begin in 1948, as those who want to erase Jewish history and the Jewish connection to Israel would have us believe. In fact, Jews have … more
Jews have been an integral part of South Africa society since the seventeenth century when some arrived with the early Dutch settlers. However, only with the influx of Jews escaping pogroms in … more
The Oct. 7 Hamas massacre that killed at least 1,200 people in Israel is being compared to the mass murders of the Holocaust. But unlike the Nazis, who hid their crimes and perfected impersonal and … more
The possibility that the menorah used in the Second Temple in Jerusalem is hidden deep in the cellars of the Vatican has excited researchers, rabbis and adventurers for generations. Recently, … more
The Israel Museum Jerusalem is home to one of the world’s largest collections of Chanukah lamps, with some 1,000 items from across the globe — from the Middle Ages to the present … more
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