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Tel Aviv Pride Is as Fierce as Ever

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The Jewish Photograph That Changed Everything

When asked which photo of his changed everything, Magnum photographer Micha Bar Am selected a 1967 image of an ultra-Orthodox demonstration against autopsies. What is it about this picture that matters so much?


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Happy International Falafel Day!

From the team behind International Hummus Day comes International Falafel Day, when people are encouraged to share their falafel experiences with the world.

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