Monthly Archives: November 2015

Terrorist stabbing saves Jewish man’s life

In Rishon LeTzion an Arab terrorist stabbed kashrut supervisor Daniel Cohen in the shoulder, chest and stomach. Amazingly, no vital organs were damaged. Surgeons then discovered and removed a dangerous tumor in his colon. If Daniel had not been stabbed, … Continue reading

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Great Zionism history videos

Please register (for free) to watch these excellent 5-minute movies about the history of the Jewish State. To get a preview, the latest one can be watched without registering. http://zionism101.org/k_courses.aspx http://zionism101.org/NewestVideoVimeo.aspx  

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Israel Forever

Great site for positive Israel information, including these inspirational messages. http://israelforever.org/interact/gallery/israel/your_israel_inspiration/

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What were Friday night meals like, before Judaism?

Researchers at Tel Aviv University analyzing prehistoric human teeth found in Qesem cave, in central Israel, say the signs of wear and tear reveal much about the diet and table manners of our ancestors, down to the very gestures they … Continue reading

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Life continues

Israeli Moran Zur’s father passed away in 2002 and missed Moran’s wedding. It gave Moran the idea for giving absent relatives the ability to leave video messages to their loved ones. In 2012, Moran’s wife was diagnosed with advanced brain … Continue reading

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Deer returned to Carmel forest

Fallow deer have just been released into the wild of the Carmel Park. It is an encouraging sign of the restoration of the forest, nearly five years after the largest fire in Israeli history swept through the area, destroying much … Continue reading

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Foreigner to perform in Caesarea

British-American hard rock band Foreigner will perform at the Caesarea Amphitheater on June 14 (the same night as the Simply Red concert) and June 15. Foreigner’s hits include “Cold as Ice”, “Waiting for a Girl Like You” and “I Want … Continue reading

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One of the most hipster neighborhoods

Gan Hahashmal (‘Electric Garden’ in Hebrew) is home to a growing community of young indie fashion designers and other artist types in southern Tel Aviv. The quarter is spread over the streets Allenby, Yehuda Halevy, Barzilay and Hahashmal and offers … Continue reading

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Jerusalem’s giant interactive flowers

Israeli design group HQ Architects has brought Jerusalem’s city center to life with fantastical flower sculptures that blossom and move, as people walk by. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jerusalem-flower-sculptures-hq-architects_5633c0bae4b00aa54a4e1f5b?section=impact&ncid=tweetlnkushpmg00000058

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Two Israeli concerts for Chris Cornell

Chris Cornell will be giving two concerts in Israel in May 2016 – in Tel Aviv and Caesarea. He was lead vocalist both Soundgarden and Audioslave and was ranked 4th in “Heavy Metal’s All-Time Top 100 Vocalists”. He played the … Continue reading

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