The video’s description is kinda funny: Since less and less teenagers show up to the shul for the megilla reading, AMHSI students created a pop version of Purim story from its campus in Israel, in which U.S. high school students on a study-abroad program sing and dance the “Megillat Esther.” AMHSI offers 2- and 4-month-long […]

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Vice News described this clip as follows: In the wake of recent terror attacks in Europe — several of which targeted Jewish institutions — some politicians and religious leaders have predicted an exodus of Jewish people from the continent. In some ways, the numbers stack up. Last year, a record 8,000 Jews arrived in Israel […]

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Yup. The Soup Nazi from Seinfeld visited Israel and did an ad for Pepsi. Larry Thomas, the Emmy nominated actor who portrayed the Soup Nazi on the show, visited 50 legendary Tel Aviv street food joints – because presumably, eating street food makes you thirsty and Pepsi is all about quenching thirst. Or something. Props […]

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This isn’t actually a foreign media report about Israel. But it could be. Sort of. It’s from an Israeli TV show called “היום בלילה עם גורי אלפי” – Today at Night with Guri Alpi I guess. I don’t know. I don’t even have a TV. But it is kind of funny even though the […]

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Sucar bike trail has been described by some as the best bike trail in Israel. But that description does it no justice at all. Sucar is an ancient trade route used to transport spices and other tradeable goods up from the Dead Sea to Jerusalem. It’s about 22 km long and drops about 1200 […]

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Just another day at the beach until someone decided to crank up this ABBA mix!

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On Wednesday December 23, 2016 Rabbi Reuven Biermacher, was seriously injured in a stabbing by two Palestinian assailants near the Jaffa Gate and later died of his wounds. The death of Biermacher, 45, left his wife and seven children without a husband and father. As a result, a $1 million crowd funding campaign was launched featuring a […]

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Make 2016 the year you take advantage of an amazing opportunity to visit Israel. If you’re between the ages of 18-26 and have never been to Israel before on a peer based trip then you may be able to go to Israel this year for […]

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Funk’n’stein is Israel’s go-to old school funk band. Their shows are as fun as their music is funky, and since their music is plenty funky, you can just imagine how awesome the shows are. So if you find yourself in Jerusalem on the 20th of January, they will be playing at a venue called Even […]

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Miki Zohar is an Israeli Knesset member with the Likud party. He is often seen in parliament sporting his trademark 5 o’clock shadow and despite his contention that you have to be delusional not to believe in God, he never wears a kippah. Miki is a proud son of Kiryat Gat, a rural development town […]

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