On the day President Donald Trump faced his second impeachment, he received a gift from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: a tract of Jerusalem land.14
Critics blast plan to vaccinate all Holocaust survivors10
A growing number of 1973 veterans are seeking PTSD treatment
Some of the most moving conversations I have had recently were with voters who left their political home on the right, including Orthodox Jews, and voted for Joe Biden. Why did their stories make such an impression on me? Their reasons for rejecting Trump weren’t unusual. They eschewed his character, his policies, his populism and divisiveness, his cruelty towards the oppressed or weaker groups in America – just like most voters who rejected Trump.163
Although deals were struck with other producers, Pfizer could still meet Israel’s relatively small demand of 2 to 4 million vaccine doses.
On November 9, 2016, on about three hours of sleep, I wandered shocked and unkempt out to my Jerusalem neighborhood, where other residents were going about their day unaware an election had taken place, and fairly disinterested.20
Opponents decry candidate Effi Eitam, as a ‘lightning rod’ for ‘haters of Israel, unsuited to sensitive post at Holocaust authority
World Zionist Congress scheduled to vote on agreement that would strip non-Orthodox movements and center-left parties of positions of power.
When I was studying Hebrew and working at Kibbutz Ramat Hashofet, back in 1977, I was always a little envious of the volunteers down the road at Kibbutz Ein Hashofet, southeast of Haifa.
Israelis jump at UAE and Bahrain business opportunities4
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