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An immigrant-turned-university rector's passion for ideas

From London to Petah Tikva.


Do America’s Iran experts understand today’s Iran and its goals?

Transparency is often in short supply in Iran, so it is anyone’s guess what is happening or what they think.

Rivlin hosts Bahraini delegation, calls King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa

Due to coronavirus restrictions, the number of tourists from the UAE to Israel is minimal in comparison, but delegations are certainly coming.


Two young Israelis win the prestigious Rhodes scholarship for 2021

Eli Zuzovsky, 25, and Eden Amare Yitbarek, 23, were chosen by the Rhodes selection committee following "a rigorous national selection process."

Freed academic was detained in Iran due to Israeli partner - report

Australia and Moore-Gilbert have rejected Iran's allegations that she was working as a spy for Israel.


New study seeks to help Jewish, Arab academic students co-exist

Both Jewish and Arab students feel a greater sense of belonging together when campuses encourage critical discourse and tolerance.

TAU course on Islam ranked one of 50 best online courses of all time

So far, over 20,000 students from 155 countries around the world have enrolled in the course.

Iran grants furlough to jailed French-Iranian academic - lawyer

Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards have arrested dozens of dual nationals in recent years, mostly on espionage charges.


Adam Nessim talks about striking balance between Entrepreneurship and Medical School

There’s a common misconception that you can earn distinction in the world of business, or you can make a name for yourself and achieve honors in an academic environment


My Word: Identity crises, culture clashes and being canceled

It’s no longer enough to dismiss someone but you have to cancel them – delete their very existence.

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