For the past year or two, missiles have come raining down on southern Israel every few months. Somehow, as the pundits endlessly talked it out on different evening news programs, this became an acceptable situation, as unavoidable as bad weather.
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When I was growing up in California, I had a terrible fear of being caught in the shower when an earthquake hit. What would I do, stressed my pre-teen self; would I run out into the street stark naked in order to save myself?
Tom Peled takes a moment to write to ISRAEL21c before rolling into New York with $80,000 raised through his Bike for the Fight.
I received an email from Prof. Ami Citri informing me of the sad news that his father, Prof. Nathan Citri, passed away at home in Jerusalem just before Rosh Hashanah. Though well past 90 and officially retired from the Hebrew …
Israeli Olympians salute Jerusalem in viral campaign against the BBC.
New father Amit Elisha, VP of Products at Outbrain, recently blogged about how the Israel-founded company – which provides the content discovery platform underneath the covers of leading news websites – donated a few lines of code that could ultimately save little lives.
With 12 days to go, an infection of the appendix sidelines swimmer’s London bid.
While last week’s Onliners vlog focused on pickup lines and embarrassing moments, in Chapter 4 exchange students Pascaline Wagemans from Belgium, Simon Baaske from Austria and Danielle Gershon from the United States take on a serious topic: the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Anyone who’s got an embarrassing/funny story about their first time in a foreign culture will relate to the experiences described in the third installment of Onliners, the Students For Israel vlog following exchange students Pascaline Wagemans from Belgium, Simon Baaske …