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To make it into your fancy cup, specialty coffee undergoes a long, arduous and often continent-crossing journey during which the beans must be maintained at just the right levels of humidity and look … more
On top of Jerusalem’s Mamilla Hotel you are stuck between two worlds. While you are in the chic confines of the Mamilla pedestrian mall that’s lined with luxury shops and cafés, … more
With the commemoration of the anniversary of the founding of the modern State of Israel this week, we are once again faced with the annual rants concerning whether to say Hallel with a blessing, … more
Israel will begin receiving vaccinated tourists from abroad through a phased plan that will begin on May 23, the Israeli Tourism Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday. … more
Here are wacky and remarkable things about this tiny country that most people don’t know. (Presented in random order.) more
Less than one week after our deliverance on Pesach, Jews commemorate central events in contemporary history — first, the Shoah; then the Jewish state’s ongoing battles to survive; and … more
“Ambucycles” looking like something Batman might ride routinely race to the scene of medical emergencies across Israel, helping more than 6,000 United Hatzalah volunteers of all religious … more
The United States gave consent to a historic move on Jan. 28, 2020, when as part of its “deal of the century” peace plan, it recognized Israel’s right to apply sovereignty over … more
In a groundbreaking discovery, Israeli archaeologists have recovered scraps of fabric dyed in royal purple, also known as true purple, dating back to the era of the biblical King David. The … more
Israel’s war on COVID-19 is changing shape. Lockdowns that in previous waves of the outbreak proved effective at quickly lowering morbidity are now having a much slower, more moderate effect. … more
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