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Jewish Woman Rescued from Arab Village – after 28 Years

A dramatic rescue takes a Jewish woman and her two young children out of the clutches of a brutal Palestinian Authority Arab husband with whom she lived for 28 years. The anti-missionary Yad L’Achim organization, which also works on behalf of Jewish women trapped in relationships with Arabs, revealed the extraordinary story, after “Dinah, the [...]

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The Fine Line Between Culture and Politics at Olympic Festival

Israeli and ‘Palestinian’ poets will be participating in an upcoming international poetry festival as part of the Cultural Olympiad, scheduled to take place at the Southbank Centre in London from June 26 to July 1, the Jewish Chronicle (JC) reported. The week-long celebrations, which aim at showcasing the talent of poets and artists from Olympic [...]

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Helen Thomas: Jews control White House, US Congress

Veteran US Journalist Helen Thomas said that Jews have “total control” over the White House and US Congress, telling Playboy magazine in an interview to be published in April, “Everybody is in the pocket of the Israeli lobbies.” Thomas, who covered the White House for more than six decades, was forced to resign from her [...]

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History Timeline of Jewish People in America

History Timeline of Jewish People in America

1630 Holland captures Pernambuco, Brazil from the Portuguese and invites Jewish settlement. A significant Jewish community develops in Recife.  (Recife is the 4th largest metropolitan area in Brazil with 4,136,506 inhabitants. 1649 Solomon Franco was a merchant, who was granted a weekly stipend by the Puritan authorities on the condition that he leave on the [...]

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Netanyahu Entering Jewish History’s Blacklist

Netanyahu Entering Jewish History's Blacklist

MK Yaakov (Ketzaleh) Katz sent Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu an unforgiving message upon the beginning of “peace talks” in Washington. The two terror attacks this week that left five dead (including an unborn baby in its ninth month of development) and two wounded would not have occurred, he said, were it not for ‘gestures’ made [...]

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Palestinian PM to Haaretz: We will have a state next year

RAMALLAH - Next year, “the birth of a Palestinian state will be celebrated as a day of joy by the entire community of nations,” says Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in an exclusive interview to Haaretz. Relaying Passover greetings to the Jewish community, Fayyad hopes Israelis will also participate in the celebrations for the [...]

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Israel Through My Lens

Sixty Years as a Photojournalistby David Rubinger and Ruth Corman The compelling autobiography of Israel’s preeminent photojournalist, illustrated with his most memorable images. Today, photojournalist David Rubinger stands at the peak of his profession: a winner of the Israel Prize for services to the media and a fixture on the masthead of Time, he is [...]

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When I Lived in Modern Times

by Linda Grant In the spring of 1946, Evelyn Sert stands on the deck of a ship bound for Palestine. For the twenty year-old from London, it is a time of adventure and change when all things seem possible. Swept up in the spirited, chaotic churning of her new strange country, she first joins a [...]

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Israel Through My Lens

Sixty Years as a Photojournalistby David Rubinger and Ruth Corman The compelling autobiography of Israel’s preeminent photojournalist, illustrated with his most memorable images. Today, photojournalist David Rubinger stands at the peak of his profession: a winner of the Israel Prize for services to the media and a fixture on the masthead of Time, he is [...]

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Israel Through My Lens

Sixty Years as a Photojournalistby David Rubinger and Ruth Corman The compelling autobiography of Israel’s preeminent photojournalist, illustrated with his most memorable images. Today, photojournalist David Rubinger stands at the peak of his profession: a winner of the Israel Prize for services to the media and a fixture on the masthead of Time, he is [...]

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Beitar Jerusalem

White colored 100% cotton, short sleeved t-shirt. The emblem of Beitar Jerusalem Football Club, Israel’s most popular soccer team, is printed in yellow and black on the front side of the t-shirt. The club’s emblem consists of the Hebrew abbreviation of ‘Beitar Yerushalayim’ (that stand for ‘Beitar Jerusalem’), a menorah and two lions. Below the [...]

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Beitar Jerusalem

White colored 100% cotton, sweatshirt. The emblem of Beitar Jerusalem Football Club, Israel’s most popular soccer team, is printed in yellow and black on the front side of the sweatshirt. The club’s emblem consists of the Hebrew abbreviation of ‘Beitar Yerushalayim’ (that stand for ‘Beitar Jerusalem’), a menorah and two lions. Below the menorah is [...]

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Beitar Jerusalem

White colored 100% cotton, long sleeved sweatshirt, available both with a crew neck and hooded. The emblem of Beitar Jerusalem Football Club, Israel’s most popular soccer team, is printed in yellow, black and white on the front side of the sweatshirt. The club’s emblem consists of the Hebrew abbreviation of ‘Beitar Yerushalayim’ (that stand for [...]

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Story of the Israeli Air Force

Clear Skies: The Story of the Israeli Air ForceEnglish/FrenchBoth DVD systems available. Please choose above either NTSC system (American) or PAL (European). ‘Clear Skies’ tells the story of the Israeli Air Force through its collection of the most ‘inside’ military and media footage available to the public. Witness the IAFs development from the War of [...]

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Sallah

Sallah (also known as ‘Sallah Shabati’) - 1964 - Comedy - Black and white. Academy Award Nominee - Best Foreign Film. Two Golden Globe Awards - Best Foreign Language Film and best actor (Chaim Topol). Two Golden Gate Awards (San Francisco Film Festival). Both DVD systems are available in one single DVD: one side is [...]

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Story of the Israel Air Force

Clear Skies: The Story of the Israeli Air Force Both DVD systems available. Please choose above either NTSC system (American) or PAL (European). ‘Clear Skies’ tells the story of the Israeli Air Force through its collection of the most ‘inside’ military and media footage available to the public. Witness the IAFs development from the War [...]

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The Menorah Ketubah - Ardyn Halter

This ketubah features the Menorah as a symbol of the continuity of Jewish tradition. Surrounding the text are the Seven Species, joined rings and the never ending knot interspersed with joyful floral bands. This subtle ketuba is on acid free paper tinted the colour of parchment which shows its themes to delicate but rich effect. [...]

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The Sabra: The Creation of the New Jew

Oz Almog, Haim Watzman (translator) Publisher: University of California Press The Sabras were the first Israelis-the first generation, born in the 1930s and 1940s, to grow up in the Zionist settlement in Palestine. Socialized and educated in the ethos of the Zionist labor movement and the communal ideals of the kibbutz and moshav, they turned [...]

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Aaronsohn’s Maps: The Untold Story of the Man Who Might Have Created Peace in the Middle East

Patricia Goldstone Publisher: Hamodia Publishing Scientist, diplomat, and spy, Aaron Aaronsohn was one of the most extraordinary figures in the early struggle to create a homeland for the Jews. Born to Jewish settlers in Palestine, he ran a spy network that enabled the British to capture Jerusalem during World War I and made him the [...]

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