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Lessons from Hanukkah Heroine Judith

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To all our readers, donors, and friends – Happy Hanukkah! We wish you a bright, healthy holiday – From our family to yours.   As the darkest month of the year has arrived, we once again enter the 8-day festival of lights, also known as Hanukkah. While annual traditions of lighting candles, spinning dreidels, and…

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Miss Universe and Miss Fix the Universe

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Despite the current tourist ban, the 70th annual Miss Universe pageant will host 80 participants in Eilat on December 12. The pageant will be televised in 174 countries, and with tradition, will judge contestants on swimwear, evening gowns, national costumes, and a short interview. Half of the participants have already arrived, and have met with…

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Israeli Digital Series First Ever to Spotlight “Underdogs”

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What happens when all the “standard” superheroes disappear and the State of Israel is in urgent need of saving? Backup is called in, and it’s dark, funny, and special. At least this is the premise of Giborim, or Heroes – Limited Edition, a five-part mini web series that tells the story of a group of…

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Israel Takes On Arab Violence

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An increase in Arab fatalities has impacted at least 109 Arab lives this year alone, mostly due to organized crime. While often ignored or deemed uncontrollable by Israeli authorities, the violence has reached a point where premeditated murder is taking place in broad daylight in the popular city streets of Jaffa and Jerusalem – and…

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Tel Aviv Court Grants 55-Year-Old Woman Parental Rights

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As of Wednesday, the Tel Aviv district court ruled that a woman can be recognized as a baby’s adopted mother if the child is conceived through surrogacy abroad, even if the woman does not have a partner and is not genetically linked. This ruling set a new precedent for what has been and continues to…

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