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Revolutionizing Healthcare in Israel, One Oleh At a Time

As we move further into 2024, the shadows of war still loom large in our collective consciousness, serving as a powerful reminder of the...

Survivors of the Nova massacre on Oct. 7 work through trauma at unique Israeli...

KIBBUTZ HAZOREA, Israel — Fifteen young men and women, seemingly oblivious to their surroundings and to each other, dance around a bucolic field, twisting...

Amid war, this Israeli educator is finding new ways to promote Jewish-Arab coexistence

TEL AVIV — It only took a few minutes from the time the rocket fire from Gaza began on the morning of Oct. 7...

The surprising effect the Gaza War had on the Tel Aviv art scene

Life changed dramatically for millions in Israel on 7th October 2023 and one of them was Inbar Haiman, a young student attending a Peace...

Smart tips to help maximize your charitable giving — and your tax benefits

As the end of the year approaches, you’ve probably noticed your inbox filling up with requests from charities asking for year-end donations. Giving is...

With Israel still reeling from Oct. 7, Jewish educational group steps up its support...

NEW YORK — Ilan Abecassis of Sderot is still reeling from the events of Oct. 7. That morning, he watched from the window of his...
Students participating in a special wartime program run through Leket Israel with corporate partners in which students who spend at least 160 hours doing volunteer farmwork earn a yearlong academic scholarship. (Courtesy of Leket Israel)

Amid war, food rescue group switches from relying on farmers’ generosity to helping them...

Yariv Hagbi, a farmer whose family has been growing produce in the area of southern Israel near Gaza for generations, spent part of Oct....

Jewish Teens Find Connection Through BBYO Summer Programs

Planning for Summer 2024? BBYO offers an incredible range of unique travel opportunities for Jewish teens to explore the world together. Each of BBYO’s...

For one Jewish family, education about family cancer history pays dividends

When Sue Gorlin was a child and away at camp during the summer of 1960, her mother received some awful news: She was diagnosed...

College leaders must act to protect students

Imagine being a Jewish college student on campus today. You wake up on Saturday, October 7, and learn of the most violent and murderous...