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How were people buried 2,000 years ago? New evidence

The coffin, which was buried facing north — suggesting a pagan burial, contained one body in a prone position with partial remains of another person at the feet of the prone remains.

Chinese Pond Heron begins first molt in Israel

The Chinese Pond Heron, first seen in Israel earlier this month, has begun molting, according to Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel.

Idan and Batia Ofer

National Library of Israel to get floral neighbor with new park

New park, covering 1.5 dunams, opening next to National Library of Israel's new headquarters

By MICHAL GALANTI
21/04/2021

25% of Holocaust survivors live in poverty. Lechiot B'Kavod helps feed them

A recent study by the Holocaust Survivors’ Welfare Fund showed that many Holocaust survivors were forced to give up essentials to be able to buy food.

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By BENJAMIN SINGER
10/04/2021

Jerusalem Botanical Gardens hosts fantasy festival for Passover

The festival is suited for children from age three to 10.

Lessons to learn from the garden

All the gardeners I have known are gentle people, maybe because a garden teaches patience and careful watchfulness.

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