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Israeli Water Crisis Strikes Again

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Pray for rain and ration your water. Take shorter showers and don’t water your gardens. Save the Kinneret! Most people with Israel in their periphery have heard these phrases, which had become a deeply ingrained belief in Israel’s relationship with water, or lack thereof. A decade ago, the Israeli government started an awareness campaign called…

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Coming to America, New Visa Waiver Program Possible

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America is one of the most desired travel destinations for Israelis; however, many Israelis who seek visas to visit the United States are declined in droves. For Israelis who still want to fulfill their American dream, the dream might become easier in about 3-5 years. The process has begun between American and Israeli government officials…

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How One Woman Changed a Village

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When Neta Hanien was travelling around the world, she dreamed of one day owning a hostel along the shores of a beautiful beach. When her more rational mind stepped in and she returned to Israel, she went to law school and worked for 7 years in the Ministry of Justice. Amidst that time, she accompanied…

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Endangered Coral Reef Making a Comeback?

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Coral reef is home to many a sea creature, and around the world, coral reefs are dying. Due to waters warming globally, oceans are reaching higher temperatures which are killing the coral, who are barely nourished to grow in such harsh circumstances. The most notable scare can be seen at the prestigious Great Barrier Reef…

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Israeli First Responders to Natural Disasters

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In a world overflowing with natural disasters, a slew of Israeli organizations is taking on missions to help repair the world. As a steadfast Jewish value, repairing the world, or tikkun olam, is the responsibility of each individual to perform acts of kindness, especially for those who might be in disadvantaged circumstances. Perhaps due to…

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