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Anti-racism head to police: Control racist remarks after Tekah incident

Tekah’s killing shook the country, and led to nationwide protests by the Ethiopian community about dangerous discrimination by police and racism against Ethiopians.

Ecclesiastes – the megillah of Sukkot

King Solomon, often seen as the book’s author, is not so, but was the book’s inspiration.

By BENJAMIN J. SEGAL
12/10/2019
Visitors at Zedekiah’s cave

Entertainment and exploration of ancient sites in Jerusalem

Together with the Ramparts Walk, Zedekiah’s Cave and the Roman Plaza provide a glimpse into Jerusalem’s ancient past – the musical performances in the Cave provide an excellent view into its present.

Members of the Black Israelite community of Dimona, who came to stay at Solomon’s Sanctuary for a fe

Ringing true in Sdei Trumot

The StayTru Eco Farm project is creating a prototype for sustainable communities.

By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
17/08/2017
IDF in Gaza strip

Shall we forever live by the sword?

A personal and national reflection on the day my son was inducted into the Israel Defense Forces.

By YANIV SAGEE
25/08/2014
YOSIEL CHALON mourns for his father, Chief Warrant Officer Rami Chalon, during his funeral in Hadera

The price paid by the country’s citizens

We, the IDF widows and orphans, carry the trauma of bereavement and sadness with us every step of our lives.

By NAVA SHOHAM-SOLAN
29/07/2014
THE DESTRUCTION of the Temple of Jerusalem, depicted in an oil painting by Francesco Hayez

The saddest day

What is the saddest day in the Jewish year?

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