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By LINDA GRADSTEIN
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By SHLOMO MAITAL
For sale: Small Mideast country. Troubled neighborhood – but highly creative entrepreneurs. Serious buyers.
By RALPH AMELAN
Matt Nesvisky, much loved contributing editor of The Report.
By MORDECHAI BECK
“What the orchestra has done,” says Ben-Simon, “is to take this music, which is played in synagogues, at private parties, or as folklore, and elevated it to a next level."
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
Just a little bit of levity makes the sermons go down!
By RACHEL BERNSTEIN
Every year, rabbis struggle with finding the right words to connect with their followers during this time of the year and to keep it fresh.
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
Jerusalemite Avi Lazar’s Luxury Sukkahs International takes Sukkot to a new level.
By BENITA LEVIN
“Do not confine your children to your own learning, for they were born in another time,” says a Chinese proverb.
By MATAN DANSKER
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin conveys a powerful message in a Rosh Hashanah interview.
By MARK WEISS
Israel’s military activity against the Iranian presence in Syria is ongoing and much of it remains unreported.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Nir Barkat’s departure has sparked a mayoral race rich with candidates, rivalries and schisms that reflect Jerusalem’s social disjointedness, and the hegemonic Right’s internal rifts.
By YEDIDIA STERN
Collective guilt and the roots of Israeli solidarity.
By YAIR SHELEG
The Nation-State Law crisis proves that alongside the nurturing of the state’s Jewish identity it is no less essential to nurture the “togetherness” of a broad Israeli collective.
By DEBRA BAND
Long before Heschel, Jewish tradition suggested that humankind could take lessons in praising the Creator from the animals, vegetables and minerals.
By STEVE LINDE
Israel’s Defense Ministry has signed a deal worth hundreds of millions of shekels with Israel Military Industries to develop advanced rockets for the IDF.
“For our brothers and sisters – including Avera Mengistu and Hisham al-Sayed, who are in captivity."
By JAMES A. DIAMOND
His magnum opus, the Guide of the Perplexed, remains the most influential attempt to reconcile Judaism’s sacred texts with scientific truths.
By MATT NESVISKY
“Reporter” is less an autobiography that an account of how Hersh got his big stories. And how he got his big stories boils down to dogged determination to get to the truth.
By EREZ KAPLAN HAELION
Cyber systems are based on biological models; for billions of years of life, nature has established effective and advanced defense systems, and it’s natural to investigate and imitate them.
The key to solving the pension crisis is to understand that if Israel waits a decade to fix the problem when a million or more pensioners become paupers, it will be too late.
What has struck me most is the resilience of the people, even when everyone in the country knows that hundreds of rockets are heading across the border.
By STEVE LINDE,ILANIT CHERNICK
Israeli president hosts Telfed delegation
By BARBARA SOFER
ID: Today she teaches college students at the Sapir Academic College near Sderot
By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
"You were the girl from Prague who got out of Soviet occupied Czechoslovakia in the 1960s. We all admired you for your tremendous courage.”
Parting is such sweet sorrow...
The “bitter sorrow” of parents bidding farewell to children who are leaving for a young, struggling and distant Israel.
By YAACOV PETERSEIL
It’s important to realize that exposure to the sun, with or without sunscreen can lead to melanoma. Our best defense should be to dress appropriately against the sun.
By LISA SAMIN
By RABBI SHLOMO BRODY
By RABBI SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
By RAZ GREENBERG
By TALIA LEVIN
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