The scrolls may have gone back to the cave, so to speak, but they haven’t disappeared.
Secular Israelis are blaming Haredi attitudes for COVID outbreaks, but community members point to crowded living conditions and limited technology.
“I can’t stay at home when I see all these bad things happening,” she said. “I am very happy we did find a way to say what we believe in.”
It’s a spit of dirty sand — not glamorous. Yet there were other people there, like me, visiting the beach for the last time, until who knows when.
In Lod, a city of 75,000 people in the shadow of Ben Gurion Airport, a Jewish mayor from the Likud Party, who once stormed a mosque to try to stop the broadcasting of prayers, has joined forces with Arab members of the City Council to invest tens of millions of shekels in school construction and renovation in what the mayor calls a “revolution in Arab education.”
“Here and Now” is designed to reflect the lives of asylum seekers in Israel.
During the Iran-Iraq war of 1980 to 1988, up to six million people in Iran were regularly listening to Amir’s broadcasts.
“It’s common knowledge generally in Israel that your data gets leaked all the time. Your data is out there, it’s happening.”
Is it a failure of our collective imagination that we cannot see the subjects’ humanity in black and white, only in color?
Thousands of Christians are learning Torah from Jews online, in classes and in the Israeli parliament. It’s increasingly common, and controversial.