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Putting the Zionism back into Religious Zionism for Israel’s 70th
Through the Mizrachi World Movement and the Religious Zionists of America, inspirational rabbis, academics and other leaders from Israel hope to bring the spirit of Israel to Diaspora communities.
College parties like no other, bringing Israel into the mix
The Jewish state’s 70th birthday is being celebrated in festive ways on more than 160 campuses across the United States.
Israel remembers Holocaust victims, as its leaders advocate for an end to human suffering
Israel’s prime minister and president vow to stand strong against anti-Semitism, wherever it rears its head, as well as repel overt aggression from other nations.
Birthright from the ‘sabra’ side: The Israeli perspective
The experience made them question stereotypes about Americans, contemplate their Jewish identity, and boost their pride about their own land and society.
Passover isn’t Passover without food and (Israeli) wine pairings
“We use wine to make blessings and when we want to have a big party, so it’s fitting that we have wine when we celebrate a big event like going out of Egypt,” said Micha Vadia of the Galil Mountain Winery.
Before and after: Sisters extract roots of Jewish identity on Birthright trip
Two women from Tennessee see Israel up close and personal—and come away with plans to learn more about their heritage and get involved in the community.
Startup 'Green' Nation
Despite regulatory road bumps, Israeli cannabis entrepreneurs ‘in it for the long haul’
A current ban by the Netanyahu government on the export of medical cannabis is not stopping those in the industry from moving ahead with research and development.
Alan Dershowitz on Israel at 70: ‘A Light Unto the World’
“No country in the history of the world ever contributed more to the welfare of humankind in such a short period of time than Israel,” affirms the longtime professor, lawyer and author, soon to turn 80.
Let there be (even more) light! Pumped-up features at Jerusalem’s Tower of David
Upgrades were initiated to enhance the museum experience through sound, light, music, dance, drama and high-resolution digital technologies.
Tools of technology appeal to a growing number of Israeli haredim
Observant young men and women tackle secular subjects while maintaining their lifestyle, opening doors into careers within the general workplace.
International Women’s Day: Real-life ‘Wonder Women’ of Israel’s volunteer medic team
Meet two Israeli women (and moms) whose passion and pride are to help others, any time of the day and night.
Exploring the fabric of Israeli society through fashion
Mirroring Israel’s startup nation mentality in the face of minimal resources, Galit Reismann, founder of TLVStyle, maintains that with no fashion houses, textile factories, governmental support and few large brands to intern for, young designers must become entrepreneurs to survive in a small and competitive industry.
Immigration official clarifies Israel’s plan to manage ‘delicate’ migrant deportations
Professor Shlomo Mor-Yosef discussed the government’s decision, starting in April, to deport African migrants who entered the country illegally.
New book: A slam dunk for African-American hoopsters who take to Israel
More than 800 African-American players have competed in Israel. “This phenomenon was hiding in plain sight,” David A. Goldstein, author of “Alley-Oop to Aliyah: African American Hoopsters in the Holy Land,” told JNS. “It’s a phenomenon that’s much larger than many realize.”
Dangoor health initiative brings innovation of Israeli start-ups to British health care
The initiative, created by the British Embassy’s U.K. Israel Tech hub, will bring together the scale of the British National Health Service with Israeli innovation and technology in a way that can deliver sound results for people in the United Kingdom.