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IDF soldiers move through the Sinai toward the Suez Canal during the Yom Kippur War. Photo: IDF Archives The Knesset plans to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Yom Kippur War on October 15, after its summer recess ends, with a special meeting
She immigrated to Israel in 1948, and resided in Kibbutz Ein Gev. She obtained a Bachelor's degree in literature from Bar Ilan University. She authored As Times Change', In the Ways of the Storm', and Children's Literature Prize winner Hadas'. She is
Marc Israel Sellem Veteran MK Zevulun Orlev surprised the religious Zionist establishment Wednesday when he announced that he would not run for his fourth term in the Knesset if he does not win the September 4 race for head of Habayit Hayehudi
My childhood was spent in the small village of Givat Shmuel, a colony of religious and non-religious Jews, surrounded by citrus groves and caressed by gentle breezes. Today, the attractive local council building dominates the mountain, and the citrus
A statement by the group says it is important to show a Jewish presence there, following the events of last week, when Arabs uprooted and planted tries planted by Women in Green and the Netzer Group.
5, Amiram Barkat Lord Jacob Rothschild and Rupert Murdoch have invested in an Israeli venture to produce oil from bituminous-bearing rock (shale) in the Elah Valley in the Judean foothills. Last week, they acquired 11% in equal shares of Genie Energy
43 editor Voicing any fair criticism of Israel these days is hazardous...And this labeling is often so loosely used that it is unfair to all Arabs, and surely to some (so-called self-hating) Jews, who trace their bloodline to Abraham and Jacob,
May/27/10 Follow Israel news briefs on and The Ometz anti-corruption movement attacked, on Thursday, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's intent to appoint former minister Effie Eitam to chair the board of directors of the Israel Electric Company.
Not too many years ago, the Washington establishment welcomed Peter Beinart as one of those journalists who could be relied upon to fashion liberal arguments for conservative policy -- notably the invasion of Iraq, a fiasco that forced him to think
National Holiday Reuven Rivlin (archive) Photo: Noam Moscowitz During special Knesset meeting marking national holiday, speaker of legislative body says majority of main events held under auspices of religious public; regrets capital's current poor