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Land of Israel
Everyone frequented this Jerusalem movie theater: Jews, Arabs and British soldiers. So why was it destroyed, not once but twice?
From a very young age, Bracha Avigad’s roots connected her to the Land of Israel and its flora
You can’t keep a good excuse for a party down. From the time the British introduced the Gregorian calendar, Israelis have celebrated New Year’s Eve.
There was a time when Lebanon’s coastal cities and snowy peaks were leading tourist destinations for the Jewish residents of Mandatory Palestine
How Gary Wexler’s ads dealing with the Jewish world took risks and used controversial content to reach non-involved Jews
Diaspora, Land of Israel
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During WWII, Hebrew women lined up to volunteer for the British Army. Posters from the period offer a fascinating glimpse of this unique chapter in Zionist history, as well as the history of feminism in Israel
When Jewish and Arab teams faced off against footballers from the Royal Air Force…
No matter how you like to celebrate New Year’s Eve, somewhere there’s a party for you. Whether you prefer to dance to Jazz or lose your mind in Rave, the New Year is coming your way!
Zionist pioneers celebrated Hanukkah as a new way to connect an ancient people with its heritage
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