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Ottoman law continues to influence court decisions, as the state neglects to act on land disputes.
Historians have recorded how General Allenby had given each of his soldiers a Bible, and he was often found on his knees looking for direction from above.
A hundred years after the Bolsheviks swept to power, historians and contemporaries still struggle to understand the prominent role played by Jews.
The background to Turkey’s current dilemmas with Damascus can be traced back to the ruins of the Ottoman Empire
By BRUCE MADDY-WEITZMAN
Rabbis living in the Ottoman Empire seemed to be extremely concerned about the moral fiber of their communities.
By RENÉE LEVINE MELAMMED
Australian ambassador says her country has special bond with Israeli city because of historic battle, similar climates and scarcity of water.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Analysis: After the Gaza flotilla clash, it is clear that Israel and the West are confronting not just Iran but a resurgent Turkey.
By DR. JÜRGEN BÜHLER
A mosaic of rich Ottoman and British history tells Beersheba’s story
By YOCHEVED MIRIAM RUSSO
Etty Lev’s exhibition of paintings ‘Unexpected Encounters’ records her early memories and acts as a sort of family album.
By CARL HOFFMAN
A 100-year-old bestseller managed to predict some of the future.
By SEAN DURNS
By October 1, 1918, Allied forces were in Damascus; Palestine was free of the 613-year-old Ottoman overlords.
By STEVE SATTLER
The German-born Shalvi spent much of her youth in England and graduated from Cambridge University with a BA in English literature.
An official government decision to adopt the Levy Report will require a significant struggle to change the rules of the game.
By TZIPI HOTOVELY
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