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Israeli law revised to feed needy

in Life, Culture & Sports

With over two million Israelis living beneath the poverty line, and just about a third of the country’s food being thrown into the trash, there is one major issue blocking the creation of a sustainable solution – the legal system. For restaurants, event halls, hotels and other food institutions, who could potentially donate unused food…

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Young Israelis Connect with Holocaust Survivors

in Health & Science/Life, Culture & Sports

Young Israelis have become a ray of light for Holocaust survivors. Over 160,000 survivors living in Israel need to survive a different kind of death sentence – loneliness. Studies have shown that people who feel lonely have double the chance of dying every day. For most survivors in Israel, add loneliness to the trauma of…

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Israelis Speak Up And Show Up Against Aleppo Massacre

in Economy & Innovation

The massacre in Aleppo has hit close to home for the people in Israel. As a country infused with ancestral pain and trauma because of the Holocaust, there seems to be a widespread understanding that citizens of Israel must speak up and support those who cannot speak for themselves. Even though Israelis, like the rest…

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This Chanukah, Give Your Gelt to Good

in Life, Culture & Sports

Three young Jews decided they were tired of getting tchotchkes for Chanukah, and are now inspiring people worldwide to use their ‘gelt’ for more than gifts. Donate the 8th is rallying Jews worldwide to host Chanukah gatherings and to choose a good cause to contribute to, instead of buying others useless gifts. The annual Donate…

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Fires Ablaze and Under Control; Arson suspected

in Life, Culture & Sports/Tourism & Nature

The hundreds of blazes which set Israel aflame last week are still being tended to by teams, though all are now said to be under control. While the cause of the fires remained unknown, security forces suspect the fires were caused by arson. The dry weather and wind helped spread the fires quickly throughout the…

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