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ARTICLES BY: Eitan Arom / JNS.org


June 26, 2016 5:41 am
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North American Studios Look to Israel for Next Animation Hit

JNS.org - In 2008, Yoram Honig was a producer and director living in Jerusalem, fresh off his first international hit, when the Jerusalem Development Authority (JDA)...

May 3, 2016 6:49 am
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A Remnant of Better Days, Jerusalem’s Only Gay Bar Remains Open

JNS.org - If any city needs a nonjudgmental space, it’s Jerusalem. Both sides of Israel’s capital — the Muslim eastern half and the Jewish western half —...

April 14, 2016 6:44 am
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As BDS Opponents Move From Campuses to State Capitols, California Is Next

JNS.org - Close observers of the anti-Israel Boycotts, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement have long kept a weather eye on California. But that attention has mostly...

March 29, 2016 6:32 am
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A Vanished Jewish Boomtown Lives on Through Its Holocaust Survivors, Stories

JNS.org - The Eastern European countryside is haunted by the ghosts of countless shtetls whose surviving residents have long since scattered. For the most part, those...

February 8, 2016 4:30 pm
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Israel and the Apartheid Narrative: 2 South African Student Leaders Weigh In

JNS.org - About two-dozen people file into Dodd 175 at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) campus on a Thursday night, scouting out seats and...

February 2, 2016 7:13 am
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Former Soviet Union Jews Convene for Their First Major West Coast Conference

JNS.org - For one weekend at the Westin Pasadena hotel in the Los Angeles area, hallway conversations were conducted mostly in Russian and Hebrew, with English...

January 20, 2016 2:15 am
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CAMERA Conference Fights Efforts to Turn Evangelicals Against Israel

JNS.org - Immanuel Paul looked somewhat out of place in a leather jacket and priest’s collar, seated by himself in a Hollywood ballroom where a conference...

January 15, 2016 3:57 am
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Conservative Judaism’s Rebranding Effort Could Signal a Sea Change

JNS.org - Conservative Judaism has always had something akin to middle-child syndrome: squeezed on both sides by the Orthodox and Reform movements. But lately, its identity...

December 10, 2015 7:03 am
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Hanukkah Candles Lend Warmth and Community to Ailing Ukraine

JNS.org - In the United States, there are those who believe Christmas has swallowed Hanukkah whole, reducing it to a sort of Christmas for Jews. But...

November 17, 2015 7:37 am
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Don’t Think Israel is a Luxury Destination? Check Out These 6 Spots

JNS.org - While Israel is a common destination for cultural and religious pilgrimages, travelers seeking the best hotels, fine dining, and upscale relaxation less often find...

October 9, 2015 4:20 am
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On Syrian Refugee Crisis, Jewish Community Moves From Words to Action

JNS.org - Will Recant pulls both heartstrings and purse strings for a living. As the head of the Jewish Coalition for Disaster Relief, a consortium of 49...

September 27, 2015 4:07 am
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Holocaust to Hebrew: Cantor’s Album Bridges Generations, Genres, Families

JNS.org - These are Israeli folk songs as you’ve never heard them before. And that’s exactly the point: Cantor Elisa Waltzman’s debut album seeks to bridge a...

September 8, 2015 6:12 am
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With Senate Set to Clear Iran Deal, Opponents Must Choose: Keep Opposing, or Call for Strict Enforcement

JNS.org - When she became the 34th U.S. senator to publicly support the Iran nuclear deal, thereby stripping Congress of its power to block the Obama...

August 27, 2015 12:34 pm
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In the Ashkenazi Heartland, a Struggle Over Ruins and Jewish Memory

JNS.org - Walking through Lviv, a Ukrainian city near the Polish border whose Jewish population is a small fraction of what it once was, it’s not...

Culture

Conan O’Brien Tries Winning Over Israeli Woman While Covered in Dead Sea Mud

Conan O'Brien shared on his late night talk show on Monday a video...

15,000 People Attend Largest-Ever Israeli Cultural Festival in Europe

JNS.org - The largest-ever Israeli cultural event in Europe, TLV in LDN, attracted some...

Israeli Movie ‘Foxtrot’ Wins Second Place Prize at Venice Film Festival

JNS.org - The Israeli film “Foxtrot” won the second-place Grand Jury Prize at the...

Features

Iran Dramatically Increases Funding to Hezbollah in Wake of Nuclear Deal

Iran has drastically increased financial support for its Lebanese-based terrorist proxy Hezbollah since the Iran...

Group Offers US Business Students Real-Life Opportunities With Israeli Companies

JNS.org - Some 175 college students with the TAMID Group recently attended the organization’s...

Israel’s Efforts to Engage Arab World Achieve Results

JNS.org - Galvanized by the common threats of Iran and Islamic extremism, Israel and Sunni Arab states have seen an unexpected warming of relations in...

World

‘I Am a Jew,’ Czech President Milos Zeman Tells Algemeiner Gala

More than 600 guests at The Algemeiner's annual gala in New York City on Monday night sat enthralled by a speech from Czech President Miloš Zeman, in which he talked of his love...

Israel

Israel’s Southern Wall Proves 100 Percent Effective in Preventing Infiltr...

JNS.org - Not a single infiltration from the Sinai Peninsula into Israel was recorded over the past 12 months, Israel’s Population...

Middle East

Egypt Expert: Public Netanyahu-Sisi Meeting Likely Meant to Signal a Furthe...

Monday’s public sit-down in New York City between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi was...

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