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Neanderthals Survived the Open Air

in Health & Science

A recent finding by an Israeli archeological team from the Hebrew University paints a new picture of our ancient ancestors, who lived in the greater Levantine region some 50,000 years ago. Common findings show that Neanderthals dwelled inside caves and rocks; yet the new discovery in the Ein Quashish site proves otherwise. The 675-meter site…

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New Comedian Lightens Up Middle Eastern Heaviness  

in Life, Culture & Sports

Her career was set to sky rocket into peace building and political diplomacy – until she flexed her most natural superpower – hilariously sharing her stories. Today, Noam Schuster Eliassi is taking the comedic world by storm, while still keeping her peace building passion in her sights, just with more freedom to share her truest…

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Taking on the Ten Commandments 2.0

in Life, Culture & Sports

Imagine standing on the bottom of Mount Sinai, about 3,300 years ago. Moses had just come from a brainstorm session with God, a hackathon for humanity, and was finally ready to present his power points in front of a select group of chosen people. An ecstatic energy must have danced through the air. Only seven…

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Woman Captured Hearts on Israeli Independence Day

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A needed moment of authentic humanity was witnessed through Israeli media during Israel’s 71st birthday celebration, thanks to 93-year-old Marie Nahmias. Nahmias, a true woman of valor, has quietly created a safe haven for both Arab and Israeli children in her home, which shines a light on just how possible peace might be. For 54…

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A Passover Perspective Through Miriam

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To all our readers who celebrate, wishing you a Happy Passover and Happy Easter. May you continue to blossom and find freedom.  From the Between the Lines family. Amidst Jewish tradition, the Passover tale is told annually, complete with the same ancient customs to commemorate when the Jews were slaves in Egypt. Moses is the…

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