Major winter storm hits Israel as Jerusalem braces for snow
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Major winter storm hits Israel as Jerusalem braces for snow

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A comprehensive list of Israelis I will no longer speak to after the April 9 election
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A comprehensive list of Israelis I will no longer speak to after the April 9 election

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The former TV and fashion star who could be Israel’s next kingmaker
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The former TV and fashion star who could be Israel’s next kingmaker

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Hidden value: The importance of Bible study
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Hidden value: The importance of Bible study

Throughout our history, Jewish leaders of every stripe have underscored the importance of Bible study. …

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Is UNRWA’s hereditary refugee status for Palestinians unique?
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Is UNRWA’s hereditary refugee status for Palestinians unique?

Excecutive summary: UNRWA’s claim that their hereditary refugee status for Palestinians is not unique is…

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The Jewish singer who made Arabic music popular in France
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The Jewish singer who made Arabic music popular in France

Internationally famous chanteuse Margalit Azran, better known as Maya Casabianca, passed away last week at…

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Escape to freedom
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Escape to freedom

“Refugee” is a screenplay about a 16-year-old Jewish girl, Elisabeth Buchhalter Segal, who fiercely holds…

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Mario Lemieux and Bnei Akiva  
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Mario Lemieux and Bnei Akiva  

I recently saw a short movie on You-Tube about the life story of Pittsburgh Penguin…

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Guess who’s in town?
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Guess who’s in town?

Something’s not the same. Mahmoud Abbas is in town and these days nobody cares, at…

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What ancient seeds found in archaeological excavations in Israel tell us
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What ancient seeds found in archaeological excavations in Israel tell us

The white sticky notes on the office cartons, handwritten or typed in a simple font,…

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