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Ari Harow served as Chief of Staff to Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He is now CEO of Sheyaan Consulting.

ARTICLES BY: Ari Harow


January 17, 2019 7:23 am
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What Do Benny Gantz, and Israel’s Other Political Leaders, Truly Believe?

After a long rainy February day spent traversing across the country, we found refuge in the warm confines of a Tel Aviv hotel. As the...

May 14, 2018 10:23 am
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Don’t Forget Paraguay Is Also Moving Its Israeli Embassy

Flipping through the evening news earlier this week, a small article caught my eye and tears immediately began streaming down my face. Having faced many...

May 26, 2016 12:22 pm
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Lag B’Omer: The Forgotten Zionist Holiday

Ask someone which Jewish holiday occurs this week, and many people will draw a blank. While Pesach, Chanukah, and Purim are essential for so many religious...

Culture

Jewish Celebrities Share Passover Photos on Social Media

A number of Jewish celebrities took to social media over the weekend to share pictures from their Passover Seders and...

Irish Pro-Israel Groups Condemn BDS Boycott of Eurovision Song Contest

JNS.org - Several top Irish pro-Israel groups and leaders have signed an open letter...

Features

Israel’s Information War Is as Important as Its Military One

In recent months, the Israeli defense establishment has made increasing use of “information...

Next Israeli Government Could Soon Face New Iranian Terrorist Challenges

In Saturday's early hours, when the attention of most Israelis was focused on...

Bubbe’s Passover, Circa 2019: Feeding the Soul While Staying Healthy

JNS.org - Sweet gefilte fish with a dollop of eye-watering horseradish. Fluffy matzah...

World

University of Maryland Students Reject BDS Following Five-Hour Passover Hea...

Student leaders at the University of Maryland, College Park, rejected a resolution supporting the boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) campaign...

Middle East

Saudi Arabia Considers Relaxing Ownership Limits for Foreign Investors

Saudi Arabia’s Capital Market Authority (CMA) is considering relaxing a 49 percent limit for foreign strategic investors in shares of listed companies due to increased demand, its chairman said on...

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