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Titles of his works, such as Restricted Freedom, Cheerful Gloom, Happy Tears and so on convey the sense of living in paradox, not necessarily a contradiction
Israel’s thin red line today is its hi-tech engineers and scientists, the human capital that propels Israel’s knowledge-driven industries and hence its entire economy.
Learning the basics of the renovation process in Israel – from planning to permits to construction and more – can put you at an advantage.
The 750,000 Czech crowns ($31,000) memorial, paid for by a crowd-funding campaign, resembles the sun’s rays emanating from a circle, with the cobblestones stacked in walls of unequal height.
The case: A man working at a hotel was fired for stealing food and denied severance pay, so he sued to get the pay. But a relevant factor was his history as a Holocaust survivor.
It was as if COVID-19, Brexit and the invasion of Ukraine had caused a huge sink-hole through which many things were beginning to disappear
The 1982 meeting with Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin didn't lead to an interview, but it gave a unique and unforgettable encounter at a key moment in the history of Israel.
It had an unimposing facade in a small grayish building, but it seems to have had a powerful effect on the memory of what you love and why.
It is an embarrassment when Jews show up at a Christian event and their intent for self-promotion is so transparent and not relational, more about Jews looking at Christians as objects.
BDS is clearly not succeeding, but its continuing anti-Israel activities may well be fueling the upsurge across the world of the age-old scourge of antisemitism.