Can Israel Help California Solve Its Drought Problem?

In light of the drastic water shortage plaguing California, Madison Margolin writes that the Golden State can look to Israel — where vineyards sprout from deserts — for inspiration.


102-Year-Old German Woman Gets Doctorate After 77-Year Wait

Decades after the Nazi regime denied her the right to defend her doctoral thesis, Ingeborg Syllm Rapoport became, at 102 years old, the oldest recipient of a PhD.


Frustration and Sadness at Funeral of West Bank Firebombing Victim

The morning after the villagers of Duma completed their mourning period for Palestinian toddler Ali Dawabshe, they began a new cycle of sorrow, as the child’s father passed away.


Are Egyptian Attitudes Towards Jews Shifting?

Egypt’s major Ramadan breakout hit was a television series called ‘Jewish Quarter.’ Does the show’s success signify a departure from traditional anti-Semitic attitudes?


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American Jews are fiercely debating whether or not to support the Iran nuclear deal. But what does the majority think? Depending on what poll you’re consulting, the answer could be vastly different.

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