Today there are hundreds of Israeli wineries, but they largely use varieties of grapes that are indigenous to Europe. By finding and growing grapes native to Israel, Elyashiv Drori hopes to bring Israeli winemaking back to its roots.4
In the end, there was much to talk about at the U.N. General Assembly but few genuine surprises.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary ordered the banning of a right-wing extremist conference in Budapest.
In a strategic shift, the New Israel Fund is arming itself with a set of sharp political tools and picking a fight.3
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