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Leonard Cohen’s Love Affair with Israel

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Overflowing with warmth in both voice and heart, the legendary Leonard Cohen passed away at the age of 82 in early November. With news of his passing, communities in Israel and beyond honored Cohen like the memorial of a true friend. The songwriter and his relationship with Israel had been considered an item since that…

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Jerusalem is Making Moves

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Robert Kraft has donated $6 million dollars to the development of a multi-sports complex in Jerusalem. The gift comes just in time to honor the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem, and the 20th Maccabiah Games, set to take place in Jerusalem in July 2017. Kraft is the owner of the NFL’s New England…

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Stories from the Holy Land: Kid-o-Fun

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‘If you ask me, three children are one too many.’ When my mother made this statement about her idea of family planning last week, I suddenly started to feel uneasy. Don’t get me wrong, I love my mum. She is a wise lady, a mother, a former teacher, and she is right most of the…

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Beauty & Brain

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The first Ethiopian Israeli woman to win the title of Miss Israel, Yityish ‘Titi’ Aynaw is taking full advantage of her role. Her beauty pageant win in 2013 plunged her into the spotlight, and she’s since proven it’s not only for her beauty, but also for her brains. Since immigrating to Israel with her brother…

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Wet-Fired : Israeli Ceramics Biennale

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Around 70 artists are currently showcasing their latest works at the 8th Israeli Ceramics Biennale. This exhibition is the largest and most comprehensive exhibit in its field. 2016’s highlights are the gaping mouths and breasts with faces by Ronit Baranga, a series of frozen babies by Victoria Marudi and a video of a 4-ton block…

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