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Galilee Gold: A noble novel inspired by a Bedouin sheikh

Many echoes in Pam’s beautifully crafted novel, arouse the reader’s interest.


Erdogan: 'Jerusalem is our city, a city from us'

Erdogan referred to the Ottoman Empire's rule over Jerusalem, which lasted four centuries (1517-1917), to justify his claim.

 A monument marking the legacy of the Australian Cavalry in the Kinnert Campus

Kinneret College to commemorate 102 years since the battle of Tzemach

The results of the battle had the potential to shift the power balance in the Middle Eastern theater during World War I.

Turkey to inform UNESCO on Hagia Sophia after converting it back to mosque

The site was inscribed onto UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1985 under Historic Areas of Istanbul, along with other points of significance in the city.

TURKISH PRESIDENT Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Greek PM chides Turkey for genocide against Christians

The Prime Minister blasted Ankara for its current foreign policy that, he said, is ignoring international law on the high seas.

Synagogue in the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo

Bosnian Jews, Muslims recall lesson in tolerance as extremism rises globally

Bosnia's Jews and Muslims on Thursday marked the bicentenary of the rescue of a dozen Jews from an Ottoman-era governor's jail.


Why Tevye the Milkman made aliyah

Tzvi Fishman is simultaneously a jokester and a deadly serious, prolific author with profound ideological commitments.

By Rivkah Lambert Adler

Personal photos capture Holy Land stories of British World War I soldiers

World War I represented the first time that British soldiers could carry a personal camera with them into a military expedition.

A BOLSHEVIK poster from 1920 shows Lenin sweeping away monarchs, clergy and capitalists. The Russian

Was the Russian Revolution Jewish?

A hundred years after the Bolsheviks swept to power, historians and contemporaries still struggle to understand the prominent role played by Jews.

Men on camels near Wadi Rum

Max of Arabia

A 100-year-old bestseller managed to predict some of the future.

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