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  1. Conan O'Brien's Trip To Israel Was Hilarious -- And HeartbreakingRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Switched

    Conan O'Brien took his show to Israel, and on Tuesday night gave viewers quite the tour through the Holy Land. As expected, the host's antics resulted in lots of hilarious moments, from O'Brien drinking with bar-goers in Tel Aviv to throwing himself an impromptu bar mitzvah in Jerusalem.


  2. Jerusalem to host world-famous Giro d'Italia 2018 'Big Start'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 18 | Jerusalem Post

    The winner of the 100th Giro d'Italia, Tour of Italy cycling race, Netherlands' Tom Dumoulin holds the trophy on the podium near Milan's cathedral after the last stage on May 28, 2017.. The world-famous Giro d'Italia, one of cycling's three grand tours, will begin in Jerusalem next May, before continuing with stages between Haifa and Tel Aviv and Beersheba and Eilat, it was announced on Monday.


  3. Israel: The beauty of its landscape matches the beauty found inside all of its peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 17 | Gay Times

    As we jump into the back of a 4 4 Jeep like something from a James Bond movie, our eyes become transfixed with what lies outside. Beyond the blacked-out windows that protect us from the blazing sunlight stands a city rich in a colourful past looming straight back at us.


  4. Grapevine: A diplomat with a kickRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 16 | Jerusalem Post

    Australian Ambassador Chris Cannan on Friday proved that despite all the cocktail parties to which ambassadors and other members of the diplomatic community are subjected, there's still plenty of kick in him. Cannan, who played Australian rules football in his younger days, led the Australian Embassy staff at the annual casual Australian Football League Tournament at Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv on Friday morning.


  5. Sinai Says: Alona Barkat pilots Beersheba with keen sense of purpose and placeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Jerusalem Post

    Hapoel Beersheba owner Alona Barkat is not settling for two consecutive Premier League championships, targeting a place in the Champions League group stage next season.. There is one thing conspicuously missing from Alona Barkat's Tel Aviv office.


  6. You can't always see the 'Forest' for the trees in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | USA Today

    'Forest Dark' by Nicole Krauss tells the story of two characters who travel to Israel with surprising results. A 2.5 star book review.


  7. 'Round Tables' returning to Tel AvivRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 9 | Jerusalem Post

    A representative for the festival said there wasn't any specific reason that there was only one kosher restaurant taking part. The international culinary festival "Round Tables" will be returning to Tel Aviv for three weeks this November.


  8. 'We need an Israeli Supreme Court'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 9 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    For the third consecutive week, hundreds of Tel Aviv residents demonstrated on Saturday night outside the Jerusalem home of Supreme Court Chief Justice Miriam Naor, insisting she cease preferring the infiltrators' rights over those of Israeli citizens. Participating in the demonstration were the "Im Tirtzu" and "South Tel Aviv Freedom Front" organizations, as well as Israelis from around the country.


  9. Transformational YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 7 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    In this week's cover story, reporter Shana Medel captures the phenomenon of the gap year, when students take a year off between high school and college to travel and take part in immersive programming. The story focuses on gap-year programs in Israel, which it turns out is only second to the United States as the most popular gap-year destination.


  10. Economy minister: We're cutting regulations to bring companies to IsraelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 6 | Jerusalem Post

    "Everyone asks, why are Israelis succeeding so much at being entrepreneurs?" Economy Minister Eli Cohen said on Wednesday. "The reason is that young Israelis never take no as an answer.


  11. August 31, 2017What happened to Better Place's electric dreams?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 31 | Jerusalem Post

    One of Israel's most inspirational startups set out, but failed to build a nationwide infrastructure to support 100-percent electric cars. A truly better place: A former Better Place switching station in Beit Shemesh has been repurposed as a tombstonemaking business..


  12. Captain of Israeli team suspended, resigns from squadRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 3 | Al Bawaba

    Screen capture from video showing captain of the Israeli national football team Eran Zahavi as he tears off his captain's armband during a losing game against Macedonia, September 2, 2017. The captain of Israel's national football team announced his resignation from the squad Sunday evening, hours after he was given a 12-month suspension as punishment for tearing off his captain's armband during a vital qualifying championship game that Israel lost.


  13. A diplomat in a chef's uniformRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 1 | Jerusalem Post

    Shaul Ben Aderet poses in his restaurant, The Blue Rooster, in Tel Aviv.. With his thick, neatly groomed white beard and purple rimmed glasses, Shaul Ben Aderet is hard to miss in a crowd.


  14. Israel and Palestine compete over Muslim touristsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 31 | Christian Science Monitor

    On any given day, Muslim pilgrims arrive at a Middle East airport on a journey to one of Islam's holiest sites. At Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport, they rub shoulders with larger groups of visitors - diaspora Jews and Christian tourists - many of them headed for the same destination, a 45-minute drive away: the sacred city of Jerusalem.


  15. Dogs vacation for free in Israel, owners welcomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 29 | The Times of Israel

    Dogs and their owners can enter a Vibe Israel contest to win an all-expenses paid vacation Vibe Israel, a travel organization that introduces bloggers and media personalities to Israel, has invited dogs and their owners to apply to win a Doggy Vacay, a dog plus one trip to Israel for four nights and five days in October. Anyone can apply to win the Dog Plus One contest, which will include time touring and relaxing in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, considered Israel's dog capital with the most dogs per capita.


  16. August 29, 2017: Haredi, secularRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 28 | Jerusalem Post

    Haredi, secular In your August 27 issue, I read about the haredi-secular divide . It was much of the same old, same old protests rending our people.


  17. Netanyahu: Iran building missile sites in SyriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 28 | Al Jazeera

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accused Iran of building sites in Syria and Lebanon to manufacture precision-guided missiles, with the goal of deploying them against Israel. His allegations on Monday came at the start of a meeting with Antonio Guterres, the United Nations secretary general, who is on his first official visit to the region since taking office at the beginning of the year.


  18. Lawrence man wrestles for Team USA at Maccabiah Games in IsraelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 28 | Trenton Downtowner

    Gordon Wolf traveled to Israel to wrestle for Team U.S.A. in the Maccabiah Games last month.


  19. Israel urges UN chief to take steps against "anti-Israel discrimination"Read the original story

    Monday Aug 28 | Xinhuanet

    Israel's President Reuven Rivlin called on United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday to take steps against the "anti-Israel discrimination." "This targeting of Israel, this singling out of the world's only Jewish state, and even actions and statements that threaten to destroy Israel are unacceptable and should come at a price," Rivlin told Guterres during their meeting in Jerusalem.


  20. in Pictures: Conan visits JerusalemRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 28 | Jerusalem Post

    Conan O'Brien spent the day Monday exploring the historic Old City of Jerusalem. The comedian touched down in Israel on Friday, where he will be taping a travel special for his show.