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Horowitz explained, “The book is divided into three main sections. We included the other safety stuff to make it more comfortable for some communities."
By TALIA LEVIN
At the 18th annual Israel International Animation and Comics Festival, which took place August 7 to 11, a large selection of Srulik cartoons was displayed in honor of Israel’s 70th birthday.
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The Rohr family translates a love for literature into action
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The road to parenthood is varied
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Peggy Cidor's round-up of city affairs
An interview with candidate Ofer Berkovitch (Hitorerut)
A press conference with candidate Moshe Lion on Tuesday afternoon revealed something that might disturb some of Lion’s supporters.
Avi Salman, a businessman and former legal adviser in the inner circle of exiting Mayor Nir Barkat, was the first to launch his campaign.
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In that case, what is it that draws people to the Jewish Quarter?
By BENITA LEVIN
And there it was – the “blood moon,” looking more orange to the naked eye than the deep red in the many photographs we’ve seen on social media since.
By MARK WEISS
After the Knesset passed the law, two Druze officers resigned from the IDF and others expressed regret that they had enlisted in combat units.
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Historians who approach the Hungarian Holocaust from archives alone can miss key truths.
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
“What do you mean I’m an antisemite? My wife is Jewish!”
By MIKKI SHANA
Twelve circular paintings on translucent PVC, each 1 meter in diameter, appear to float in 12 square frames in the metal structure of the installation.
By NEVILLE TELLER
Sara Manobla was a permanent presence in the lives of English-speaking listeners to Israel Radio for nearly four decades.
By ROBERT HORENSTEIN
Trump’s pronouncements on immigrants provide red meat for that part of his base to whom racial and ethnic diversity are anathema due to a deep fear that white people are losing ground in America.
By MENACHEM SHLOMO
I stood outside the home of a family torn apart by hatred on the holiday of love.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
From Odessa to Ashkelon.
By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
[Judaism] is not afraid of the power of nature because it sees it as an expression of God’s benevolence.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
Author Jonathan Neumann sees secular Jewish leftists as distorting the religion and its traditions.
By BARRY DAVIS
Artist Yoram Raanan has emerged from a devastating fire with a collection enshrining many of his destroyed paintings.
By MEITAL SHARABI
Where to go and what to do in Ashdod.
By DAVID GEFFEN
Now the time has come for us to board anew our ‘ship of life’
By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN
The best recipes for the summer.
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