Some of Israel’s most beloved celebrities will participate in “The Great Israeli Seder,” a Passover broadcast on the country’s biggest network.
Litzman cannot participate in videoconferences with other Israeli leaders because he does not own a computer or smartphone.
“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.
The bookstore café that David Ehrlich opened as a dream 26 years ago, a place that became a Jerusalem institution for people who appreciated words, was called Tmol Shilshom. It’s Hebrew for “Only Yesterday”, taken from the title of the great Hebrew writer Shai Agnon’s masterpiece.
The two main Orthodox parties combined for more than a third of delegates - far beyond their share of the American Jewish population.
“If coronavirus doesn’t kill us, distance learning will.”
Some protesters yelled that police officers who responded were “Nazis.”
Five days ago there were about 50 cases of Coronavirus in Israel; now there are 200.
You may not like who is at the wheel in Israel, but at least it feels like there’s someone driving.
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