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Hundreds of people undressed and painted themselves white for a nude photo shoot last week to bring attention to the Dead Sea (Salt Sea in Hebrew), the deepest hypersaline lake in the world, 27 times … more
It’s that time of year, when we look forward to the temperatures dropping as well as the number of Covid cases. So the possibility of hiking the Israel Trail, the country’s longest at … more
“Israel is your home away from home,” Israeli President Isaac Herzog said in a Rosh Hashana message to “the people of Israel and the Jewish people at large,” which he referred … more
I live in Shiloh, where I came with my family—that is, my wife and five children—in 1981. Decades have passed. Four grandchildren now live nearby at Ofra. Shiloh is now … more
Every concession Israel has made for peace since the Oslo Accords in 1993 has been based on international assurances that such actions would bolster the Jewish state’s … more
If you look up the word emunah, you just might find Doron and Ilana Toweg’s pictures. Because if these farmers and their four kids living near Beit Shemesh didn’t have emunah (faith) they … more
The fallout from US troops leaving Afghanistan were expected to overshadow the first in-person meeting between President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett at the White House on … more
A contingent of college students from the Five Towns is making an impact on scientific research in Israel this summer. In fact, approximately one fourth of the 26 undergraduates from the United … more
We Israelis thought we had Covid-19 beat. We thought we had herd immunity thanks to the world’s most successful vaccination campaign. On April 18, Israel canceled facemasks … more
A recent mass arrest of Hamas members in the West Bank offers a glimpse into the deceptive nature of the ongoing quiet in the area and how hard the terror organization based … more
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