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Steve Kramer, a native of Atlantic City, NJ, graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 1967. He made aliyah with his family in 1991. Now retired, Steve has written more than 1,000 articles about Israel and Jews. He and his wife Michal live in the Tel Aviv metro area.

ARTICLES BY: Steve Kramer

October 8, 2017 12:51 pm

The Growing Jewish Divide on Israel

The divisions between Jews in Israel and the US are wide and far-ranging. In Israel, there are four basic groups: secular, traditional, religious and haredi (ultra-Orthodox). In the...


Meet the Two Most Optimistic People in the Entire Middle East

“You are sitting here, probably, with the two most optimistic people probably in the entire Middle East,” says Sami Saadi,...

Places to Visit in Israel If You Really Want to Learn Its History

Are you or a family member traveling to Israel in 2019? Are you looking for something more than the average...

In New Initiative, Yad Vashem Tackles 21st Century Antisemitism - It is American teachers like Lori Fulton who, with their commitment to Holocaust education, are poised to be...


Newly-Born Baby Rhinoceros Takes First Steps at Israeli Zoo

A new rhinoceros calf has been taking its first steps at Israel’s Ramat Gan Safari zoo. According to Hebrew news site Mako, the baby rhino was born to Keren Peles, an adult...

Middle East

Suicide Bomber Rams US-Backed Forces at Syria Checkpoint

A suicide bomber drove his car into a checkpoint in northeastern Syria on Monday, injuring several soldiers of Kurdish-led forces during a joint convoy with US allies, locals said. The attack...