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Book Review

Ever-Elusive Justice

Those who live in Israel – and those who love it – know they shouldn’t even bother reading general news sites for updates on the security situation in their beloved Land. Nor is it worthwhile to rely on any of the major media outlets for…

Book Review: A Song of Courage

Miriam Peretz has become somewhat of a celebrity in Israel. No, she’s not a new pop singer or the star of a trendy reality series. She doesn’t seek out attention or crave the spotlight. Miriam is the type of superstar who exemplifies resilience and endless…

Poetry Expresses the Universal in the Personal

A third-generation Texan, Debra Winegarten began writing poetry at a young age, and was first published when she was in the third grade. Her skill as a poet has increased over time, and her topics are both relatable and meaningful, even if one is not…

Bringing Israeli History to Life

Ilan Reiner grew up in Israel, and even from a young age had a great grasp of Jewish and Israeli history. He is a two-time winner of the famed "Israel's Youth National Bible Contest". Ilan is a history and geography researcher, with an emphasis on…

Review: Jewelry and Books with Meaning

Anyone with an affinity towards jewelry would say that they have pieces which carry sentimental value-perhaps a grandmother’s ring or a necklace received for an anniversary. However, Israeli jewelry designer, Sarah Feld has taken meaningful jewelry to a whole new level. Sarah is the brain…

Book Review: Catch the Jew

  Catch the Jew, written by Tuvia Tenenbom, can best be described as a non-fiction parody of Israel, its inhabitants and its visitors. This blunt, humorous, sarcastic, engaging book brings the reader to places few have gone before. Tenenbom is an Israeli-American who left his…
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