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ARTICLES BY: Deborah Raub / JNS.org


February 7, 2013 4:06 am
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Tulip Winery: Where Grape Vines and Human Dignity Bear Fruit

Since he was a kid growing up in the town of Kiryat Tivan, Roy Itzhaki would regularly see them in the street, on their way to work,...

January 10, 2013 6:14 pm
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Deaf-Blind Israeli Theater Troupe Performing in Manhattan

Try to imagine what it's like to live your life not hearing or seeing. Imagine the difficulties of communicating with the other inhabitants...

January 3, 2013 10:31 pm
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Bringing Judaism’s Oral Law to the Deaf

JERUSALEM—If you are a religious deaf man in Israel, the traditional doors to Jewish learning have been in so many ways closed to you. But Yosef...

December 20, 2012 5:25 pm
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For Americans in Israel, a Home Away from Home

JERUSALEM—"The guy is an animal!" shouts one of the white-shirted guys from Mir Yeshiva, as he gestures at the helmeted jock on the screen above...

July 18, 2012 4:01 pm
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Snowbirds Fly to Israel

Picture yourself retired. You're no longer rushing off to your job, so morning just might find you hiking along the beach, a picnic lunch in...

February 14, 2012 1:35 pm
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February Vacation With the Grandkids

February may be the shortest month of the year, but with school break parked between Tu B'Shevat and George Washington's birthday, it can ...

Culture

Avdija Adds Hanukkah Cheer to Strong Start of Basketball Season

JNS.org - Washington Wizards forward Deni Avdija is proudly representing Israel and Judaism on and off the court. The 20-year-old Israeli...

World

Israel Tightens Control of Cyber Tech Exports Amid NSO Affair

Israel on Monday introduced tighter rules for countries seeking to buy its cyber technologies and intelligence systems, restricting their use only for the investigation and prevention of defined terrorist acts...

Israel

USC Defends Response as 60 Faculty Members Call for ‘Rebuke’ Ov...

The University of Southern California (USC) defended on Friday its efforts to address antisemitism on campus, in a private letter...

Middle East

Arab-Israeli Woman Convicted of Spying for Hezbollah

JNS.org - An Arab-Israeli woman in her 20s has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for spying for Hezbollah. Maibat Masarwa was convicted by the Lod District Court on charges...

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