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Israeli Artist Dani Karavan Dies at 90

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Known for his many unique works of art in Israel and around the world, sculptor Dani Karavan passed away last Saturday at his home in Israel. Born in Tel Aviv in 1930, one of his most notable pieces is the stone wall at the Knesset, designed as an abstract art titled ‘Pray for the Peace…

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Roman Basilica Found in Ashkelon

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A 2000-year-old architectural structure was found just a few meters off the Mediterranean Coast in Ashkelon. Dated back to the time of King Herod, the massive plot was uncovered through the Israel Antiquities Authority as part of a project to restore part of the Tel Ashkelon National Park. The structure, now the largest in Israel,…

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Pro-Peace Rally in Israel Attended by Thousands of Arabs and Israelis

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After 11 days of direct conflict between Israel and Gaza, a ceasefire, brokered by Egypt, was put into place on Friday morning. However, the impact continues to ripple through Israeli and Arab society, and thousands are calling for more than just a temporary ceasefire. On Saturday, citizens across Israel rallied, calling for Jewish-Arab partnership in…

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Israeli Wins Gold Medal in European Swimming Championship

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Seventeen-year-old Anastasia Gorbenko made history for Israeli women by winning the gold medal in the European swimming championships for the first time ever. It’s the second gold medal for Israel overall. The competition took place in Budapest and secured Gorbenko’s spot to participate in the Tokyo Olympics this summer.  Gorbenko swam the 200-meter individual medley,…

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The Current Situation in Israel

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Israel Between the Lines has reported on a variety of topics for years, including Israeli innovations, environment, culture, economy, and more. We choose not to report on the conflict or enter into the world of politics. We believe that there are enough media outlets who cover it, and that there are so many more sides…

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