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Waiting for the “Former Rain”

Friday, 17 November, 2017 | When planning an outdoor summer activity in Israel, we do not consider whether or not it will rain. With very few exceptions—and those are seen as specific acts of God—rain does not fall between May and September. When the Bible refers to the “former” and “latter” rains, the timing for

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Hidden Life of the Dead Sea

The turquoise blue waters of the Dead Sea shimmer in the sunshine like an exotic jewel set between the Judean Hills of Israel and the Moab Mountains of Jordan. For millennia, this natural wonder has cast its allure over people who have come to seek the healing properties of its mineral-laden waters and nutrient-rich black

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Lifeline for the Old

As I stepped into the room filled with elderly artisans, I sensed a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. For the most part, we had no shared language, but I knew each one was happy to be there. Seated at tables in groups of three or four, some were chatting with a neighbor as they worked, while others

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A Year of Extraordinary Anniversaries

“In Israel, to be a realist you must believe in miracles,” David Ben-Gurion said. The nation’s first prime minister was right—Israel is no ordinary country. Yet, even in a land where biblical prophecies are being fulfilled, 2017 was extraordinary. This year, Israel celebrated a group of milestone anniversaries that marked significant beacons in the nation’s

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Let’s Be Friends

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is a strong leader and skilled politician who has navigated Israel through some very rough waters. However, of late he is revealing a new skill, one he has often been accused of lacking in the past—that of diplomat. While the historic Africa–Israel summit has been postponed for the time being,

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A Day in the Life of a Millennial

When I came to Israel for the first time in 2012 as a tourist, I utterly loved it. In 2013, I began living here in Jerusalem off and on. However, from the moment I experienced Jerusalem beyond the veil of tourism, my love for her began to mature. Today, even though I’m not a citizen,

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What It Takes to Be an IDF Officer

Friday, 13 October 2017 | Becoming an officer in the IDF is no easy task, and it starts long before officers’ course begins. The path to officership is challenging, but if cadets work hard, they can make it to the very top. What is an officer? As a former commander of the Officers Training School,

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Simchat Torah – Rejoicing with the Beloved

Wednesday, 11 October 2017 | Thousands of years ago, King David poured out his passion for the Word of God in a skillful song. “Oh how I love Your Torah!” he sang, “It is my meditation all the day” (Ps. 119:97). Today, some three millennia later, the same heart of love still beats within the

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Thousands Retrace Ancient Route through Hills of Samaria in Israel’s Bible Marathon

Tuesday, 10 October 2017 | Thousands of international and Israeli runners flocked to the hills of Samaria on Friday to participate in the third annual Bible Marathon, a unique race that winds through the biblical heartland of Israel, the patch of earth that served as the stage on which some of the most well-known stories

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Sukkot – The Season of Our Joy

The rhythm of life in the Land of Promise is governed by a cycle of annual holidays, days set aside in the 12-month Israeli calendar to celebrate what Leviticus 23:1 calls, “The feasts of the Lord…” Some are solemn, dedicated to repentance and rededication. Others are more exuberant, a joyous celebration of God’s might, care,

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