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1 hr ago | South Florida Sun-Sentinel
A new synagogue to be built in Boca Raton is planning a unique attraction: a museum of the history and peoples of Israel, with interactive exhibits, an outdoor playground and a three-dimensional model of the Jewish nation.
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2 hrs ago | The Times of Israel
Heddy Abramowitz is an exhibiting artist living and working in Jerusalem, her home since 1979.
I found the ideal candidate to try out the prototype seat in Lufthansa's new premium economy class tall, overweight and a senior citizen to boot.
Save up to 100 on a four-night spring break for four people at Woolacombe Bay Holiday Parks.
The rabbi of Temple Adas Israel talks about how the temple has evolved, a educational trip to Israel and leaving the temple after 15 years.
As Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas prepares to touch down in Washington for a meeting on Monday with Barack Obama, an extension of peace talks with Israel looks far from certain, Naharnet reported.
Hundreds of people demonstrated, Friday, outside the Israeli embassy in Jordan, following this week's shooting death of Raed Az-Zeiter of Samaria, who was a judge in the Jordanian court system, after he tried to take an Israeli soldier's weapon at the Allenby Bridge Crossing.
Jonathan Pollard, the American spy for Israel serving a life sentence in a North Carolina federal prison, was taken to a hospital and underwent surgery.
In 2006 Ian Sternthal wandered into the legendary Pri-Or Photo House on Tel Aviv's Allenby Street and never really left.
Yakir Englander , Kids4Peace International vice-president and visiting assistant professor in religious studies at Northwestern University in Illinois, recently gave a lecture on the role of religion in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Ask playwright-performer Aaron Davidman how long he's been working on "Wrestling Jerusalem;" and he may start by citing the "several years" he's been developing it in workshops, segue to the decade it's been germinating and all the way back to his first trip to Israel when he was 25 in 1992.
Heading out to the Tel-Aviv airport this morning is daunting. I have to help my kids get ready for school and at the same time go over my packing checklist and handle a problem with my hotel reservation.
When he couldn't find any snakes on a desert plain, a Carmel man turned his camera lens to a salt pond and captured an even rarer sight - a black-feathered flamingo.
Ten years ago, Jerusalem was just starting to emerge from the Second Intifada, which scared away local residents as well as investors.
David Cameron has condemned "unreservedly" a rocket attack from the Palestinian enclave of Gaza which saw at least 30 missiles fired over the border into southern Israel.