The positive trends are not surprising in consideration of the success of the vaccination campaign in the country.
I thank God every day for having given me so many amazing female figures to idolize
“They wanted to kill me because I’m Arab. When I turned onto the street, they started attacking me and throwing rocks at me,” Ibrahim Hamed said.
“Today, this is seen as offensive, and we are sensitive to the feelings of other groups. Dressing in blackface is particularly inappropriate and offensive, and should never be done.”
Hundreds of people have begun walking with their families to Jerusalem on foot along the edges of the highway, after being turned away at checkpoints.
Amid scenes of mass Purim gathering, ‘R’ approaches 1
Think about what we are all grappling with at the moment: the pervading sense we have is of living in a world of uncertainty.
Our body movements, our small and big gestures to salute someone deserve close attention, and even more so during these absurd times in which we have been stuck for the last 12 months.
More than 30 people die from COVID-19 over Shabbat | Just over half of Israel’s population has had at least one dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
Here’s what the holiday looked like around the Jewish world.