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Ivrit is the same high quality hard news provided by 'Jerusalem Post' in Hebrew. If you are looking for a place to practice reading Hebrew and a quality news source about the Israel and Middle East then look no further than Ivrit. These are the best news articles written with Hebrew vowels for the average reader

THE ICONIC Pillsbury Doughboy floats high above New York City during a recent Macy Thanksgiving Day
Thanksgiving in Jerusalem

What olim say, happenings and turkey tips

Will the rule of law survive the hardball Israeli politics of 2019?

Will the most recent election lead to balancing out some of the latest trends so that conflict over the rule of law calms down a bit?

Spirituality together on a recent retreat
Jewish spirituality at meditation retreats across the world

“Meditation was something I was aware of, but I hadn’t engaged in it at all at that time,” Jacobson-Maisels says.

By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
14/11/2019
Yiddish land revisited
Meet the Israelis who are reconnecting modern Hebrew to Yiddish

Yiddish is doing a lot better than Hopi or Gaelic.

STELLAR AMERICAN-TURKISH oud player-vocalist Ara Dinkjian brings his silky skills back to the Oud Fe
It was 20 years ago today‏

“Twenty years! Hard to believe,” he beams when we meet in his airy office. “I look upon the festival as a child who was born and has grown up,” said Bnaya.

06/11/2019
A song for Cheshvan: Threads of Rain
A song for Heshvan: Threads of Rain

חוּטִים שֶל גֶשֶם

By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
06/11/2019
AYALA CIDERMAN
Calling all Jerusalem folkies

“We’ve had quite a few people from abroad come to play at the club,” notes Philippa Bacal, who has, basically, served as chief cook and bottle washer of the folkie enterprise for the past nine years.

30/10/2019
AN ACTRESS in Indian-style costume dances in front of a cardboard Taj Mahal.
Jerusalemites and visitors get a ‘Taste of the World’

The Taste of the World Festival, newly arrived to Jerusalem, felt similar to the Eurovision village in Tel Aviv for the international music festival earlier this year.

24/10/2019
More fun for your festival

What do see across the country.

By MEITAL SHARABI
17/10/2019
Pakistan regains status as favored tourist destination

Improved security control in face of terrorism shifts focus to country’s beauty, diversity

By ARSHAD MEHMOOD / THE MEDIA LINE
17/10/2019
Voices from the Arab press: No interest in Islamic rule

A variety of views from the Arab and Islamic world.

By MEDIA LINE
17/10/2019
Talking with your teen about sexuality

“On reality TV shows, for example, there’s tons of sexual harassment going on, and none of the perpetrators ever have to deal with the consequences. That’s giving our kids a warped picture.”

By SIGAL BEN DAVID
17/10/2019
Let there be light

Our main goal was, and still is, mainly not to make money - but to help people.

By MAXINE LIPTZEN DOROT
17/10/2019
‘Awareness evolves through pain...’

‘... In every loss, there is spiritual gain’

George Orwell
Orwell’s evolving views on Jews

Orwell’s antisemitic streak is the most painful thing I have written about, because I am a great admirer of Orwell.

By RAYMOND S. SOLOMON
17/10/2019
Jews and human rights

Loeffler takes the reader on a journey that stretches from minority rights through the idea of a universal Bill of Rights.

New Year – new beginnings

It seems that many people set themselves up for some form of disappointment just days or weeks into the new calendar year.

By ALIYA BENITA LEVIN
17/10/2019
Repentance, prayer, and… schnorr?

Today, as a prosperous hi-tech nation, can Israel truly justify asking for millions of dollars in charity from Jews abroad, especially when Israelis themselves give so little?

By SHLOMO MAITAL
17/10/2019
A Pyrrhic victory

The results speak for themselves. Shas, headed by Arye Deri, registered a resounding success with traditional voters.

By GILAD MALACH
17/10/2019
Israel and American liberals

No doubt most American Jewish liberals are disgusted with President Trump – not only his administration’s policies, but also his insolence and dishonesty.

By ROBERT HORENSTEIN
17/10/2019
Arrivals: After a Hollywood career, new adventures beckon in Safed

“I have always let my passions drive me,” says Cohen. “I have always been an adventurous person.”

IDF synagogue damaged by rocket fire, Kissufim AY 2019
WATER FROM THE WELL: A rupture of her own

As Simhat Torah approaches and the celebration of Torah will be felt in synagogues and communities around the world, I wish to address my experience as a woman studying Torah.

By NECHAMA GOLDMAN BARASH
17/10/2019
SIMHAT TORAH 5780: Every person is a messenger

The Torah transforms a gray and dreary life to an exalted and sacred existence.

By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
17/10/2019
These are the names

Aaron Demsky, professor emeritus of Bar-Ilan University’s Department of Jewish History and Contemporary Jewry, has dedicated his professional life to the study of Jewish names.

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