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Tired of the naysayers, two influential Israeli groups are trying to accentuate the positives at the embattled site
Not everybody agrees that the biblical reference in Exodus is to 'witches' as we understand them.
Orlando Crowcroft's 'Rock in a Hard Place' is compelling because you’re reading about people so passionate about their music, they’re willing to go to jail or risk a beating for it
The Nazis burned and looted the synagogue but it was the Russians who knocked it down as they set out to eradicate Jewish memories in Lithuania after WWII.
Not even O’Dowd’s incongruous Irish accent interrupts the flow of Epix's adaptation of Elmore Leonard's 'Get Shorty'
One tomb from Ptolemaic-era burial shaft carved into the bedrock, another a child's grave: This was not an army camp
Nazi sentiment was very much influenced by the American experience including the Jim Crow legislation in the South, Yale’s James Q. Whitman says in new book
Scott, performing at the upcoming Red Sea Jazz Festival in Eilat, represents jazz’ place in popular music, 'which is better now than it used to be,' he says
‘50 Shades of Grey’ and an anti-colonial study have been deemed unsuitable; officially, only books with racist or sexual content are banned
Rabbinate admits kashrut being used to thwart competition, but says hands are tied unless it gets more money from government
The Environmental Protection Ministry reports that a change to a cleaner type of fuel led to the reduction in mortalities
This will be Conan O'Brien's first trip to Israel, a country he mocks mercilessly
Turns out Galilee Jews were as devout as their Judean counterparts ■ Chalk cave could be source of stone jars whose water Jesus turned into wine at nearby Kafr Kana
Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan.