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‘My Name is Israel’ Highlights How Israel Leads in Humanitarian Aid

in Economy & Innovation

When the world is in need and Israel can help, the small country is often times the first on the scene to aid humanitarian causes. From earthquakes to floods, to helping animals and hospitals, Israel has been spotlighted in the latest exhibition called My Name is Israel, a 15-slides presentation created by Israel21C. My Name…

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Men’s Health in the Spotlight In Israel

in Health & Science/Monthly Report/Uncategorized

Men across the globe have begun growing moustaches and beards in an unstoppable epidemic that is catching on worldwide. It began with No-Shave November, where a group of young men in Australia chose to grow out their facial hair to raise awareness for the alarming rates in which men were getting prostate cancer. Their aim…

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Tel Aviv’s Cult Frequency

in Life, Culture & Sports

Tel Aviv’s Teder phenomenon celebrates not only four years of existence but another summer of glory in the city’s south. Every night the pop-up radio/bar/club/concert venue turns Beit Romano, a 1947 shopping mall, into a hip open air place with music, beer and pizza – and at six in the morning the Teder crowd, chairs…

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Magical Salt Bride

in Life, Culture & Sports

Israeli artist Sigalit Landau’s ‘Salt Bride’ photography series is currently exhibited at the renowned Marlborough Contemporary Gallery in London. Propelling the magic of the salty lake to a new artistic level, Landau placed dresses for three months into the Dead Sea. The result is stunning: while the crystals cover each dress entirely, the shapes are…

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Well said, Nathalie Portman

in Life, Culture & Sports

Israeli US-actress Nathalie Portman is not only supposed to be one of the most beautiful Israeli women, she is now starring for the first time in Hebrew! However, in order to brush up her American-accented pronunciation, she had to learn an outdated version of Hebrew, namely spoken in Jerusalem’s 1940s. For Amos Oz’ film adaptation…

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