Breast Self-Exam Device Developed by Israeli Wins WeWork Award

The Jerusalem based MonitHer home breast-exam system won the $360,000 grand prize at the WeWork Creator Awards on June 20, which was attended by 5,000 people. The handheld ultrasound system...

Beneath the Surface: Americans Unearthing Israel’s Archaeological Treasures

Can archaeology bring biblical history to life? According to historian and Deputy Minister Michael Oren, it depends who you ask. Speaking at a June 10 Jerusalem event celebrating the opening of...

Mud-Filled Adventure Greets Ohel’s Fourth Annual OXC Classic Participants

This year’s OXC Classic, which took place on Sunday, May 27, was a unique, inclusive mud-run obstacle-course race at the summer camp site of Camp Kaylie in Wurtsboro, New...

1,500-plus South African Jews, Christians Learn to Counter BDS

More than 1,500 Jews and Christians attended four pro-Israel events throughout South Africa focused on strengthening the local pro-Israel community and countering BDS and Israel delegitimization. The initiative, which was...

Caesarea Harbor to Boast Crusader Market, Visitor’s Center

New promenade walls and a 700-year-old Crusader market at the Caesarea Harbor were unveiled on June 10 in Caesarea National Park, in the presence of Baroness Ariane de Rothschild,...

Residents, JNF Respond to Gaza Arson by Planting Trees

Though new arson fires were started inside Israel along the Gaza border, caused by “terror kites” sent by Palestinians on Friday and Saturday, local residents have already begun replanting,...

Students on Archaeology Program Unearth 1,700-Year-Old Coin

Students from schools in the Lev Hasharon Regional Council helping on an archaeological dig on the Sharon plain have unearthed an ancient coin dating back to the year 300...

Chabad Communities Across Russia Ready for Jewish World Cup Fans

If Rostov-on-Don Chabad-Lubavitch emissary Rabbi Chaim Danzinger has his way, thousands of Jewish soccer fans who will descend on his storied town and 10 other historic cities for the upcoming World...

Russia to Host Annual National Day Celebrations in Jerusalem

Russia has announced that it will host an annual Russia Day reception in the Sergei Courtyard in Jerusalem, better known as the Russian Compound, on June 15. Prior to...

Meet Capt. Elgen Long Who Saved Yemenite Jews in 1949

With city lights dotting the night behind her, Dr. Dee Gaines, a neuropsychologist, sat for good reason — she’s very pregnant. But when Capt. Elgen Long, the last surviving...

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A Night Of Gratitude: Hear About It, Learn About It, Experience It

On Tuesday, December 4, 8:15 p.m. Chazaq, Ohr Naava, Sheefa, and Aish Kodesh present an enlightening evening with Charlie Harary and Rabbi Shalom Yona...

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