GA UJC

GA Support Boosts Morale A combination of pride and excitement gripped the air as thousands of lay leaders and Jewish communal professionals demonstrated their interest and support for Israel at the UJC, United Jewish Communities,

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kfar sava

Archeological Museum of Kfar Sava by Avital Noa Green Photo credit: Avital Noa Green I went with my third grade class to the Archeological Museum of Kfar Sava.

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lonely

Letter from Lonely Tourists Hello, Deborah, I’m sorry that I did not have the chance to respond to your e-mail before we left the States. Preparing to be away

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Exotic Fruits

Exotic Fruits Flower of the passion fruit A walk through Shmuel Landau’s fields reveals a world of fruits not usually seen together in the same garden. With names like babako,

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Bees

Gambling Bees Gamblers Anonymous need not open a division for bees. Researchers know that bees are not comfortable with high risk ventures and tend to invest their time and energy in the

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Hai Bar

Hai-Bar Yotvata Arabian Onyx Back on the salt trail – the ingredient that binds this month’s edition together – is the 4,000-acre reserve, Hai-Bar Yotvata. Hai-Bar is located in the

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Olives

Land of Olives and Honey This may look like wine tasting, but in fact, what you see is olive oil expert, David Eitam educating the author’s sniffing and tasting sensors

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Shaharot

Sandcastles in the Air From North Tel Aviv to the Negev is both a journey over miles and through cultures. The desert has always intrigued Shai Gonorov. Originally from Tel Aviv,

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Porath

Letters from Jerusalem, 1947-1948 Zipporah Porath [1947] In 1947, Zipporah Porath, won a scholarship from the Zionist Organization of America [ZOA] to spend a year at The Hebrew University

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Bees

To Bee or Not to Bee, that is the buzz! ‘Tis the holiday season of the Jewish New Year. During this period, it is traditional to dip apples and

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