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Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort throws maskless New Year's bash

Florida Rep. Omari Hardy is calling on the Palm Beach municipality to shut down the Mar-a-Lago resort for flouting health restrictions set for businesses.

300 Ethiopian immigrants the first to make aliyah to Israel in 2021

The government decided in 2015 to help the last remaining Jews in Ethiopia make aliyah.

Israelis smuggle drugs into Dubai for New Year's celebrations - report

What started as an attempt to escape the lockdown in Israel and have some harmless fun may end very seriously for several Israelis.

Most Israelis now recognize Novy God, but still feel it's not Israeli

While most Israelis now recognize the Russian Novy God holiday, over 70% still do not see it as part of Israeli culture.

2020 slinks into history as fireworks light deserted streets

Good riddance, 2020. Hello, 2021.

By REUTERS
01/01/2021
lifting weights at the gym

Want to exercise more? Try setting an open goal for your New Year's resolution

Generally we’re advised to set specific, or SMART, goals (where SMART stands for specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timebound). Aiming to walk 10,000 steps per day is a common example.

By REUTERS
01/01/2021

My Word: Stopping to smell the roses of 2020

Even a year like 2020 had its positive moments, of course. Both on a national level and on a very personal level, there were good and bad things.

A general view of the Bushehr main nuclear reactor, Iran

Tehran’s hope for a happy nuclear new year - opinion

Diplomacy addicts always believe their lying eyes when a given reality is unpleasant – or when it’s touted by nemeses at home and those overseas in Israel.

31/12/2020

Politicians wish Russian Israelis a 's novim godom' on Novy God

With around 1.2 million in the country, Russian-speakers are both an integral part of Israeli society and a major voting bloc for the upcoming election in March.

5 reasons why mainstream Jews should drop the Palestinian cause in 2021

Our world has changed. The Middle East has changed. Israel has changed. The American Jewish community, and its objectives, must too.

By JUSTIN B. HAYET
31/12/2020
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