A Resource Guide: The Palestinian Arab-Israeli Conflict...

Jun 7, 2016 by

For those with little or no background about the Palestinian Arab-Israeli conflict, trying to understand the nature of the dispute and why it remains unresolved can be quite daunting. Arab success in manipulating the media against Israel has added to the confusion.

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At HaZamir, Jewish Teens Sing, Learn Jewish Music, and Understand What It Means to be Part of Klal Yisrael...

May 9, 2016 by

Vivian Lazar knows that HaZamir, the International Jewish High School Choir, which she directs, is more than just a musical organization through which some 400 young Jewish students came together last month to present a gala concert celebrating four-part traditional and contemporary Jewish music.

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Why Is Ireland So Hostile to Israel, Why Do the Irish Support BDS, What Is It about Israel That Upsets Them?...

Apr 18, 2016 by

During her formative years, Israel received significant support in Ireland. Having experienced religious persecution themselves, the Irish identified with Jews. Unfortunately, this is no longer the case, according to Professor James Bowen of the National University of Ireland at Cork….

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Left-Wing Efforts Give Jews a Chance to Buy Israeli Products the Left Wants Boycotted...

Mar 29, 2016 by

Great news! Our far-left wing brethren in Israel are at it again, publishing lists of companies in Judea and Samaria they would prefer consumers avoid. But these lists work both ways, and, for those who want to support…

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No, Mr. Trump, Why You Cannot be ‘Neutral’ When it Comes to Negotiating with the Israelis and Palestinians...

Mar 18, 2016 by

“My style of deal-making is quite simple and straightforward,” wrote Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in his 1987 book, Trump: The Art of the Deal. “I aim very high, and then I just keep pushing and pushing and pushing to get what I’m after.”

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Ess Gezint: Cook, Pray, Eat Kosher—for a Great Seudah...

Mar 17, 2016 by

When Mia Adler Ozair met her Israeli-Iraqi husband-to-be, she was an unadventurous Ashkenazi-American home cook who, as she says, “kept it safe in the kitchen.” All that changed when she met her husband. Both mostly secular in their separate youths, they were observant when they met. She calls him “Rebbe Shaul,” and he calls her his Neshama.

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