Editor, Daveed Fakheri
October 2 . 201
Mehr 10 . 1389
Tishrei 24 . 5771

Children conceived through IVF are three times more likely to suffer autism, new evidence from Israel suggests. Early intervention and cautious therapeutic choices are advised.
IVF autism link
A new ecology project in Tel Aviv is teaching urban dwellers how to live a sustainable and green lifestyle, even in the heart of the city
It is pomegranate season in Israel, and ISRAEL21c takes a look at a winery in the north that is one of very few worldwide making pomegranate wines.
With a computer on every desk and a holistic approach to learning, performance and motivation are soaring in 'Time to Know' classrooms in both srael and the US.
Israeli students using Time to Know
Altair 4G semiconductors
MASHAV head Haim Divon

Drinking milk helps weight loss

Anti- Semitism

vegetarian cabbage rolls
The People of the Book on the Emerald Isle.

Jews of Ireland Flag

Photo: Alex Kolomoisky
Lawsuit: Rabbi sexually abuses student; affair hushed by college
The psychiatrist who Shlomit (not her real name) visited in the summer of 2007 was shocked to find the 24-year-old ultra-Orthodox woman, who was escorted by her father ...
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EU commission chief fights anti-Semitism
In a Jewish New Year greeting to the Rabbinical Centre of Europe (RCE), European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso stated recently that Europeans need to condemn ...
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Photo: Rabbi Uriel Vigler
Chabad presents: Sukkah on bicycle
Chabad emissary Rabbi Uriel Vigler has created the very first Peddi Sukkah – a sukkah on a bicycle, making history on the Upper East Side of Manhattan by allowing Jews to ...
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Gil Yohanan
Peres: Rabbi Ovadia Yosef a peace seeker
President Shimon Peres on Tuesday visited the sukkah of Shas spiritual leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef on and later dropped by chief rabbis Yona Metzger and Shlomo Ammar ...
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Photo: Haim Zach
High Court: No sidewalk gender segregation
The High Court of Justice on Tuesday ruled against separation between men and women on the sidewalks of Jerusalem's haredi Mea Shearim neighborhood. The court also ...
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Poll: Israelis view non-Orthodox converts as Jews
A recent survey indicates a majority of Israelis regard non-Orthodox converts to Judaism to be part of the Jewish people – putting the general public at odds with ...
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Photo: Yoav Friedman
Religious gays addressed in shul leaflet
Religious homosexuals are continuing their struggle for recognition within the Religious Zionist movement. On Yom Kippur, the organization Havruta began distributing a ...
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Bnei Akiva builds hundreds of sukkot worldwide
Hundreds of World Bnei Akiva emissaries in 30 countries around the world have been very busy in the past few days: Immediately after the Yom Kippur fast ended, they began ...
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Photo: Gil Yohanan
Thousands attend Priestly Blessing in Jerusalem
Some 15,000 people participated in the traditional Priestly Blessing in the Western Wall in Jerusalem on Sunday. Among the worshippers were Israel's Chief Rabbis ...
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Photo: Shavei Israel
Bnei Menashe get Israeli Lulavim
The Bnei Menashe community of northeastern India plans to celebrate Sukkot this year thanks to the generous support of the Shavei Israel organization, which sent hundreds ...
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Photo: Haim Zach
Feminists march in Mea Shearim
The Eda Haredit's consideration to bar women from the main street in the haredi Jerusalem neighborhood Mea Shearim during the Sukkot holiday has sparked a ...
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Photo: Eve Murray
Poll: 21% of Jews 'more religious'
Some 72% of Israeli Jews over the age of 20 reported visiting a synagogue in 2009, while 21% said that they are now more religious than before, according to a survey ...
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Photo: Israel Bardugo
Latin American Jews find home in NYC
Deborah Apeloig arrived at the Chelsea Synagogue in Manhattan for a recent Shabbat service, greeting other women with a kiss and taking a seat with them away from the ...
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Jews upset by Shoah denier's Polish trip
Polish Jewish leaders expressed disgust on Wednesday over a visit to Poland by British writer and convicted Holocaust denier David Irving, and an anti-racist group called ...
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'Amsterdam grateful to its Jewish residents'
The newly installed mayor of Amsterdam, Eberhard van der Laan, told the Rabbinical Centre of Europe (RCE) that Amsterdam “owes a tremendous amount of gratitude to its ...
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