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This Jewish American couple collected 13,000 Jewish artifacts

Deanne and Arnold Kaplan have been collecting Jewish artifacts in their Pennsylvania home for years, a unique and exquisite documentary of Jewish life.

By DAVID GEFFEN
29/07/2021

Rat bones show climate helped early humans out of Africa through Israel

Researchers explained that the rodents, in order to survive at the time, would have needed more humid conditions, suggesting that the Judean Desert was greener and wetter.

How Colette Avital became the pied piper for Zimriya Festival of Choirs

She is the second former ambassador and legislator to hold the position of chairperson of the Zimriya and the Harp Festival. The first was the late Esther Herlitz, who died in 2016 at the age of 94.

Jewish worshipers celebrate Jerusalem Day at the Western Wall in 2019.

What is it about the beauty of Jerusalem?

When I came to Jerusalem 50 years ago, I was afraid to be an immigrant in a new city. It took many, many years before I felt part of the landscape, one of the passing parade.

Israel's first 'Wonder Woman' Tamar Eshel celebrates 101st birthday

The oldest living former MK said "I never wanted to be a hero.”

By JORDAN PIKE , AVI GRANT
26/07/2021

On this day: El Al flight 426 hijacked by PFLP

July 23, 1968 was the hijacking of El Al flight 426 by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. The flight was originally from Rome to Tel Aviv but diverted to Algeria.

By SIMCHA PASKO
23/07/2021

How one Israeli man learned to seize the day

Shmuel Becker, 80, was bedridden and sickly as a child — But later became an adventurer.

By SUSAN DE LA FUENTE
23/07/2021

Cryptic 2,700 year-old pig skeleton found in Jerusalem’s City of David

The remains of the animal were found in a luxurious First Temple Period building. Was it there to be eaten?

History and adventure come together at Tower of David Museum

Guests can experience Jerusalem’s 4,000-year history through exploring the ancient citadel in the air with their adrenaline pumping through thrilling ropes-courses.

By LAUREN MORGANBESSER
15/07/2021

Rabban Yohanan ben Zakkai: Defeatist or visionary? - opinion

Yes, surrender is a form of defeat. But, if the enemy is not committed to genocide, the survivors of the surrender live on and continue.

15/07/2021
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