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Early-Stage Arab Startups Receive Israeli Network Support

in Economy & Innovation

On a mission to “grow early-stage Arab-led startups into multimillion-dollar companies,” The Hybrid program supports eight startups per year to make the “startup investable” as soon as possible.  For the early-stage Arab entrepreneurs who are most certainly underrepresented in the startup world, there is a deep need for access to these resources, knowledge, and network.…

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Domestic Violence: “Of course there is a huge problem.”

in Monthly Report

In families where domestic violence is part of everyday life, they suffer from the pandemic and the many lockdowns. Casualty numbers have skyrocketed, and for many women, there are only a few facilities that offered help, as most had closed their doors due to Corona. Our team visited an emergency shelter and spoke to the…

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Kosovo and Sudan Normalize Ties with Israel

in Economy & Innovation

The latest countries in agreement with Israel through the US-mediated Abrahamic Accords are Sudan and Kosovo. Despite the unlikely ties, agreements were recently signed with both countries, after the United Arab Emirates pioneered normalizing ties with Israel. So far Bahrain has also followed suit. Due to the latest coronavirus lockdown and the closing of Ben…

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Let Holocaust Memorial Day Mark Our Liberation

in Life, Culture & Sports

My dad doesn’t talk about it, and his parents never talked about it. It makes our family history blurry, despite the fact that I can feel the third-generation trauma in my blood. It’s as if the memories flow deeply through my veins, and while I can’t recall the stories, I sense the deep sorrow that…

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Another Lost Tribe: Bnei Menashe Returns to Israel

in Life, Culture & Sports

Imagine finding a long-lost cousin from across the globe. Now imagine discovering an entire tribe. That’s exactly what happened when Rabbi Michael Freund received a heartfelt letter on his desk in 1993. The letter was from a group called Bnei Menashe, a long-lost sect of the 12 tribes, who live on the edges between Burma…

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