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The Talmudic Case Against United Airlines

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What The Humble Olive Tree Teaches Us About Israel’s Past And Future

Over thousands of years, the Dead Sea’s sediment and its trapped olive pollen built into layers meters thick. This is the memory of the land, trapped in sediment. In this memory, we also glimpse the future.

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