Hedaya

Meet Israeli Author, Yael Hedaya Intrigued by the themes in Housebroken, and the fact that while this is the first of Hedaya’s works to be translated into English, her works have already

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Olive oil

Olive Branch – Symbol of Peace Olive is one of the seven species of the Land of Israel. Since ancient times, Jews in different cultures have used olive oil for medicinal

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Vacation

You Can Vacation Safely in Israel Submitted by Michael Rivest* Within an hour of arriving in downtown Jerusalem, I was approached by a man who nervously asked if I was a

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Heart

Israel At Heart Whom do you think the average twenty-year old would rather hear: a government minister or Israeli peers? To Joey Low, a philanthropist from

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Cochin

Jews of Cochin Sources note that the presence of Jews in Cochin, India, goes back to 338 AD. Today, however, very few Jews are left there. Practically the entire Jewish

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vacation

You Can Vacation Safely in Israel Submitted by Michael Rivest* Within an hour of arriving in downtown Jerusalem, I was approached by a man who nervously asked if I was a

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Rouss

Author Sylvia Rouss Author Sylvia Rouss reading from The Littlest Frog Prize winning children’s author, Sylvia Rouss, read three of her books to about 30 children and their parents

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King David

A-mazing King David What is the experience that awaits you? The King David Maze is a special experience of getting lost… only to find your way to the goal

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Mitzpe Massua

Lookout Restaurant   Owner Yaki Cohen [r] Amidst greenery, high on top of the mountain, sits Mitzpe [Hebrew for lookout] Massua. With attention paid to the ecological correctness

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Wendy

Coexistence Starts Young Submitted by Wendy Weiss-Simon “Happy birthday to you” — the tune is known the world over. The song, sung in Arabic, was one of the first things my

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