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Ukrainians welcomed in Israel with kittens and paperwork

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JERUSALEM – A ballroom at Jerusalem’s Caesar Hotel on Jaffa Road was strikingly quiet, considering that it was Purim in the rest of the...

In appeal to Israel, Zelensky invokes the ‘final solution’

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In a searing 12-minute speech addressing the “people of Israel,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky likened the “final solution” the Nazis sought to impose on...

The new Florida? Record number of U.S. retirees relocated to Israel in 2021

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Sponsored By Larry Luxner TEL AVIV — A few weeks ago, Joel Tenenbaum, 81, and Marilyn Berkowitz, 84, arrived in Tel Aviv on an El Al...

Amnesty International accuses Israel of apartheid

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Amnesty International on Tuesday became the latest human rights organization to describe Israel’s activities in relation to Palestinians as “apartheid” when it released a...

The Israel Film Archive collects more than a century of Israeli historical footage online.

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By Karen Chernick TEL AVIV – For years, only those with special permission could visit the climate-controlled repositories of the Jerusalem Cinematheque to see the...

This young US immigrant in Jerusalem is telling Israel’s story to the world

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Sponsored By Renee Ghert-Zand Tamar Schwarzbard is grateful for getting to tell Israel’s story to the world every day—not through lectures or opinion...

Inside the sexual abuse investigation of Israeli therapist and ‘Kids Speak’ author Chaim Walder

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In March 2021, reporting by Haaretz journalists Aaron Rabinowitz and Shira Elk revealed allegations of sexual abuse against Yehudah Meshi-Zahav, the founder of Zaka,...

Groundbreaking partnership combines Israeli technological prowess with pediatric medicine

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Sponsored By Larry Luxner TEL AVIV — Eosiniphilic esophagitis, a chronic immune disease caused mainly by food allergies, is a serious condition affecting about one in...

Ida Nudel, for years the face of Jewish persecution in the Soviet Union, dies...

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Ida Nudel, the Russian Jewish refusenik whose 16-year effort to leave the Soviet Union moved figures as diverse as Republican Secretary of State George...

Weaving home hospitality into Birthright trips forges new bonds between young Israelis and Diaspora...

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Sponsored By Michele Chabin JERUSALEM – When Jack McCormack signed up for a Birthright trip several months ago, he looked forward to visiting Israel’s holy, historical...