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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.
Israel’s report on global anti-Semitism prompts call for ‘principled policy,’ comprehensive education
A recently released Israeli government report shows that the international community needs a “principled policy” as well as a comprehensive education system to address Jew-hatred, said a prominent scholar and public speaker specializing in contemporary anti-Semitism.
Israeli company makes world’s first successful injections of lab-grown bone in potentially game-changing surgery
In an unprecedented procedure, the Israel-based biotechnology company Bonus BioGroup has successfully injected a lab-grown bone into three patients in the last six months, and is planning on making 27 more of the injections for a clinical study during this coming year.
Couples who save lives together form lasting bonds together
While matchmaking is not something often considered a priority in the world of emergency medical services, a good number of volunteer first responders have not only met on the job, but also go out on emergency calls together, saving lives and growing closer in their own relationships because of it.
Ahmadi Muslims, among persecuted Mideast minorities finding religious freedom in Israel, promote a message of peace
As a small Islamic sect of an estimated 20 million people—about 1 percent of the global Muslim population—the Ahmadiyya community is a persecuted minority across the Middle East. In Israel, Ahmadis enjoy full religious and cultural freedom and pray in the only Ahmadi mosque in the Middle East.
NGOs add social value and Israel-Diaspora dimension to Jerusalem Marathon
Some run to stay fit. Others enjoy the physical and mental challenge. But participating organizations in this year’s Jerusalem Marathon not only enjoy such personal benefits—they are also running for social causes.
Israel’s wine industry grows better with age
sraeli winemakers say that, just like the beverage they produce, their industry is growing better with age. In the past few years, Israeli exports of wine and spirits have been consistently growing at around 6 percent annually, according to the Israel Export Institute.
Trailblazing a new breed: biblically inspired, bourbon-style Israeli whiskey
Noam Cohen and Alan Cohl are confident that their new breed of whiskey will echo Israel’s success in making the desert bloom.
Global Jewish students report shared challenges on BDS, anti-Semitism, apathy
At the recent 44th World Union of Jewish Students congress in Jerusalem, 157 delegates from 36 countries gathered to connect with other passionate student leaders and explore various facets of what it means to be a Jewish student leader today.
The much-awaited grassroots, Zionist, progressive movement is here
Salt and pepper, peanut butter and jelly, Zionism and progressivism. Few question the inherent, irrefutable bond between the first two of those pairs, but civil rights attorney and co-founder of the Zioness Movement, Amanda Berman, argues that the latter is just as natural—and she has several thousand left-leaning Jews with strong Zionist identities backing her up on that sentiment.
Protagonists of ‘Remember Baghdad’ feel Jews have ‘unfinished business’ in Iraq
The critically acclaimed documentary “Remember Baghdad,” released this year upon the 100th anniversary of the British-Ottoman battle over that city during World War I, is the untold story of Iraqi Jews—filmed through their eyes. Their story is not always one of simply fleeing to arrive in the Jewish state.
2 Jews, 3 za’atar recipes: reflecting on the diversity and rising popularity of Israeli cuisine
Trump made ‘yuge’ changes on Jerusalem. What do the city’s residents think about it?
Influential Jewish women showcase Israel’s diversity for millions of followers
In exposing anti-Israel student group’s terror ties, report strives to hold SJP accountable