Who is A Soldier?

Who is A Soldier?

Being a soldier is not just someone who is in the military, they are someone who gives their life for the country they are fighting for.

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Recipe, Diaspora, Holidays

BBQ Israeli Style: A time to kickback, and relax with friends.

A central aspect of social ritual, the mangal is a bit of a symbol for “everything Israeli.” Random, fun, flavorful, spiced, loud, family-oriented, and of course, centered on food - tying it to the eternal Jewish experience of “they tried to kill us, we won, let’s eat.”

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Recipe, Diaspora, Holidays

Meats and Veggies of the Mangal, and So Much More.

Israelis are experts at making the most out of whatever is available, whatever one can afford. Using every herb and spice imaginable, affordable cuts of meat get dressed up and made into delicacies by the master chefs of Israeli home kitchens, men and women alike.

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Miracles at Play in a War for Survival

Miracles at Play in a War for Survival

Take an inside look at the Six day War through the eyes of author and MK Michael B. Oren. For those curious about the miracles that happened during this chapter of Israeli history, this is a must read.

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It takes the entire Jewish community to help fight hunger in Israel

It takes the entire Jewish community to help fight hunger in Israel

With over a million Israeli children going to bed hungry every night, Yad Ezra V’Shulamit is helping families break out of poverty with dignity and respect.

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A Teenager To An IDF Soldier In 12 Photos

A Teenager To An IDF Soldier In 12 Photos

Have you ever wondered what an IDF soldier's journey really looks like? In these 12 pictures, we take you from the first day of their service to the last. Each step is difficult, but the mission is crucial: to defend the State of Israel.

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Jerusalem, Israel Engagement, Arts and Culture
Finding Home: Inspiration from a Master

Finding Home: Inspiration from a Master

Walking arm in arm with Elie Wiesel twice a week to our classroom, to exchange ideas or enjoy the pleasant silence we so often shared. It's hard to believe he has passed on.

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Adventures with A Beggar in Jerusalem

Adventures with A Beggar in Jerusalem

Moving between past and present, Elie Weisel’s 6th published work brings us to Israel moments after the Six-Day War. Through his raw emotion, we feel his suffering, his loss and his vision for Israel.

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Becoming Israeli

Becoming Israeli

Akiva Gersh talks about his book “Becoming Israeli”, which takes you on an adventure into the sometimes hidden world of aliyah. It is a record and a testament to what inspires olim to move their lives and their futures across the globe and gives voice to the challenges they face along the way and why, despite them all, they continue to choose Israel as their home.

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Uncovering Stories of Hope and Healing

Uncovering Stories of Hope and Healing

Dr. Zieva Konvisser Dauber explains her drive to write the book "Living Beyond Terrorism: Israeli Stories of Hope and Healing".

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The People of the Book

The People of the Book

As the People of the Book, the identity of the Jewish nation has been and continues to be intertwined with reading and literature, be it holy texts or modern Israel narratives. As a nation as complex as our, consisting of people that range from one extreme to the other, one way to tap into our multi-dimensional identity is to tap into the written word that exposes and re-creates different and unique narratives of the land.

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Celebrate Israel Parade NY 2017

Celebrate Israel Parade NY 2017

LIVE coverage from the Celebrate Israel Parade in NY on June 4, 2017. #togetheronfifth #celebrateisrael

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