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Like many Palestinian refugees, he seeks the right of return to his former homeland.
The second terrorist event occurred earlier same day after a Palestinian assailant attempted to kill one Israeli man in the Petak Tikva area.
Meanwhile, 31 security suspects, including 6 Hamas members in Hebron, arrested in overnight sweeps.
A New Jersey newspaper columnist’s book takes a personal look at the bombing of a commuter bus in Jerusalem on February 25, 1996 and the larger forces behind the terrorist phenomenon.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
‘I truly wonder whether the fact that there is a women’s section as an integral part of the synagogue is actually designed to welcome women in rather than to ostracize them.’
By BARRY DAVIS
The showcase organizers have cast their theatrical and thematic nets far and wide, and the visitors from abroad.
The “Jazz Mosaic” exhibition showcases jazz photography at the International Jaffa Jazz Festival.
Zielinski & Rozen Parfumerie is not to be sniffed at.
By RACHEL MYERSON
The MDA Wish Ambulance fulfills the wish of a man battling cancer; Jaffa art exhibition nods to Holocaust survivor; AMAL school hosts competition emphasizing coexistence.
By NATHAN WISE
Dentist, Holon founder and amateur photographer Eliezer Erwin Mansbach’s pictures of 1930s and ’40s Palestine are being displayed as the city turns 75.
By CARL HOFFMAN
The Armenian diaspora prepares to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the genocide that killed 1.5 million, while the Armenians in Jaffa struggle to maintain their cultural strength.
By ARIEL COHEN
One man, 18 characters, 75 minutes. How funny is comedian Jeremy Bracka?
Style coach Elana Shap and photographer Natalie Muallem search for style in Jaffa’s Noga Quarter.
By ELANA SHAP
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