French immigrants walk past a real estate office in coastal city of Netanya.

French Immigrants Find Peace of Mind in Israel — But 'Ou Est Le Fromage'?

At a busy supermarket in Jerusalem a smartly dressed woman, recently arrived in Israel, was stopping shoppers to ask if anyone spoke French. Having found a candidate, her first question was: “Where’s the cheese counter?”

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Anti-Semitic Incidents Double in France

Last year saw a doubling of anti-Semitic incidents recorded in France, and a 60 percent increase Belgium.

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Americans Try Snacking While Sabra

Chocolate bars filled with Pop Rocks? Falafel-flavored crunchies? In a new Buzzfeed video, Americans sample Israeli snacks and find out just what we’re missing.

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Fairytale Journey: Miranda Mouillot chronicles her grandparents’ lost love.

Granddaughters of the Shoah

A new genre of Holocaust memoirs, told by grandchildren of survivors, poses a new dilemma to the authors: the limits of their knowledge and memory.

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An Outsider Among Montreal's Hasidim

Maxime Giroux’s sublime film ‘Felix and Meira,’ takes place in Montreal’s Mile End neighborhood, where Hasidim and hipsters coexist without actually engaging.

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