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Dr. Jane Katz, 70, Makes...
The swimming instructor and professor has taken part in every...
By Joshua A. Berkman on 2013.07.22
American-Israeli Danielle Goldstein Chosen To...
Grand Prix star will spend free time laying groundwork for...
By Shalom Life Team on 2013.07.18
Building Bridges in Israel with...
American Volunteer Uses Lacrosse to Connect with Arab and Jewish...
By Joshua A. Berkman on 2013.06.18
“Hitler Kettle” on LA Billboard...
JC Penney ad causing traffic jams on highway 405
By David Shear on 2013.05.28


Israeli Woman Court-Ordered to Circumcise...
A Netanya mother has refused to give her son a...
By Zak Edwards on 2013.11.26
Holocaust Survivor Receives President's Medal
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Elie Wiesel accepts Israel's highest civilian...
By Noam (Dabul) Dvir on 2013.11.26
10,000-Year-Old House Discovered Near Jerusalem
Archaeologists have found the house ahead of a large-scale highway...
By Graham Sigurdson on 2013.11.25
Former Chief Rabbi Arrested for...
Poilce arrested former chief Rabbi Yona Metzger earlier Monday, also...
By Eli Senyor on 2013.11.18


Book of Psalms, First Book...
The tiny English translation of a religious text, the Bay...
By Daniel Koren on 2013.11.27
Israeli Consulate to Host Event...
The event will help bring Toronto’s Jewish and Indian communities...
By Shalom Life Team on 2013.11.26
The Mitzvah Diaries: Schoolkids Create...
For this week's edition of Mitzvah Diaries, we look at...
By Zak Edwards on 2013.11.26
After Inspiring Millions with Cover...
The young Jewish girl passed away Monday after a year-long...
By Zak Edwards on 2013.11.26


Ode to Arik

A Tel Aviv-based fan of the late Arik Einstein's heartfelt portrayal of his memorial service at Kikar Rabin (Rabin Square)

Jews and Christians Team Up to Build Giant Menorah

The menorah is symbolic of a growing relationship between Jewish and Christian communities, funded in part by a Christian Zionist businessman

Jewish Hall of Fame: Yitzhak Rabin

Our 4th inductee into the Jewish Hall of Fame is the late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, one of the most influential and important figures in Israel's history

Nazi-Looted Art Installed at Los Angeles Museum

St. Catherine of Alexandria by Bernardo Strozzi, painted in Italy circa 1615, is a gift to the LA Museum from Philippa Calnan, a descendent of the original owner

American Studies Association Calls for Boycott of Israeli Universities

“Critical discussions of Israel’s policies towards Palestine no longer taboo,” says David Lloyd, n English Professor at the University of California

Book of Psalms, First Book Printed in the US, Sold

The tiny English translation of a religious text, the Bay Psalm Book, has sold at a Sotheby's auction

Ode to Arik

A Tel Aviv-based fan of the late Arik Einstein's heartfelt portrayal of his memorial service at Kikar Rabin (Rabin Square)

Jews and Christians Team Up to Build Giant Menorah

The menorah is symbolic of a growing relationship between Jewish and Christian communities, funded in part by a Christian Zionist businessman

Jewish Hall of Fame: Yitzhak Rabin

Our 4th inductee into the Jewish Hall of Fame is the late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, one of the most influential and important figures in Israel's history

Nazi-Looted Art Installed at Los Angeles Museum

St. Catherine of Alexandria by Bernardo Strozzi, painted in Italy circa 1615, is a gift to the LA Museum from Philippa Calnan, a descendent of the original owner

American Studies Association Calls for Boycott of Israeli Universities

“Critical discussions of Israel’s policies towards Palestine no longer taboo,” says David Lloyd, n English Professor at the University of California

Book of Psalms, First Book Printed in the US, Sold

The tiny English translation of a religious text, the Bay Psalm Book, has sold at a Sotheby's auction

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