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- A fifth question this Passover: what makes Trader Joe's matzah different from all other matzah?
For millennia, Jews have eaten matzah. And for years, Jewish patrons of Trader Joe's have been able to purchase matzah off the shelves of the tiki-themed grocery chain — which has gained its own quasi-religious following.
- Archaeologists discover rare Zodiac imagery in Egyptian Esna temple
Researchers successfully restored ancient Egyptian ceiling reliefs depicting the heavens, featuring zodiac signs, constellations, stars and planets, including Mars, Jupiter and Saturn at a temple dedicated to the Ancient Egyptian god, Khnum, his consorts Menhit and Nebtu, their son, Heka, and the goddess Neith.
- Israel, Palestinians never intended to follow Sharm el-Sheikh agreement - opinion
The Israel, Palestine, Egypt, Jordan, and US meeting that took place in Sharm el-Sheikh on Sunday of this week, is an important step toward working to de-escalate the violence on the ground between Israel and Palestine. The agreements reached include important steps, unthinkable by the current Israeli government, although none of them addresses the real issue, namely, the continuation of the Israeli occupation.
- Reservation votes on judge selection bill to continue Sunday
Votes on reservations on the judicial reform's Judicial Selection Committee bill were set to continue on Sunday after Wednesday's Constitution, Law and Justice Committee sessions stretched late into the night.
- Assuta embryo case: Two couples potentially genetic parents of baby
On Wednesday evening, the Health Minsitry forwarded the inspection committee's report regarding the circumstances that caused a mistake during in vitro fertilization (IVF) in a patient at Assuta Rishon Leziyon Hospital to both parties involved.
- 'Valeria is Getting Married': Story of a mail-order Ukrainian bride - review
So much of the story of the movie Valeria is Getting Married is told through actress Lena Fraifeld's achingly expressive face. However, Frailfeld does not portray the title character but her sister, Christina.
- Ryan Lavarnway, Team Israel veteran and World Series champ, retires from MLB
Veteran catcher Ryan Lavarnway announced his retirement from baseball Wednesday, ending a journeyman career that featured 10 seasons in the MLB and multiple appearances with Team Israel.
- Tunnels used for missile production in Syria attacked in Monday airstrike
An intelligence report by satellite and intelligence solutions company ImageSat International (ISI) was able to determine that based on satellite images, an attack in Syria on March 12 included attacks on entrances to underground tunnels. According to intelligence estimates, these tunnels contained the means for the production of surface-to-surface missiles.
- Protest leader Shikma Bressler arrested in judicial reform demonstration
Judicial reform protest leader Shikma Bressler was arrested on Thursday morning during demonstration, Labor leader Merav Michaeli said.
- Break the Wave: Israeli forces arrest 8 terror suspects in the West Bank
The IDF, Shin Bet and Border Police arrested eight suspects of terrorism in the West Bank on Wednesday night, according to the IDF Spokesperson Unit.
- Grapevine January 18, 2023: Saturday night live
There was no immediate reaction last Saturday night when hundreds of anti-judicial reform demonstrators, including many wearing the knitted kippot of the religious Zionists, gathered in Jerusalem and called to President Isaac Herzog: "Bougie wake up! The house is burning!" But on Sunday morning,...
- Israel: A global leader in smoking legislation
Across most nations, smoking remains the number one preventable cause of death today. It is estimated that 7 million deaths occur annually as a direct result of cigarette usage, with a further 1.2 million people losing their lives from passive smoking exposure. By 2030, the direct deaths from...
- Will 2021 be the Year Digital Nomads Rise Again?
Digital Nomads are people who do not work in a specific place; instead, they work remotely as they execute their daily activities and complete their tasks, using technology and connectivity. In simple terms, a digital nomad is a lifestyle of people that works on the internet while traveling. Many...
- Israel's baseball team swings for gold at Tokyo Olympics
The Israeli Olympic baseball team competing in Tokyo carries with it a nine-year history of top-level international tournament play, but beyond that experience, its members are bound together by deeper ties....
- Tower of David Museum to hold four-day digital art, NFT festival
Hands up, anyone who knows what NFT stands for. How about DAO? Or what is a metaverse? How about blockchain?...
- Dubai, UAE's pathbreaking city of the future, is on display for Israelis
DUBAI – Dubai is spread out along the sea, offering picture-perfect vistas that build to a crescendo as one takes a taxi from the downtown area, with the iconic, towering Burj Khalifa skyscraper, to the Dubai Marina and locales like the Palm and Bluewaters....
- Lack of women in hi-tech is a 'vicious issue' that must be solved - Female execs.
"Let's start by establishing that hi-tech is really the best place for women," began Dorit Dor, Chief Product Officer for Check Point, during a panel at Tuesday night's first inaugural Women's Entrepreneurship Summit from The Jerusalem Post and WE (Women's Entrepreneurship). During the event,...
- Aliyah and Law: How foreign lawyers immigrate - opinion
You are a US or a UK lawyer who finally decided to move forward with your long-life dream of making aliyah. Congratulations and good luck – this life-changing transition comes with many questions regarding you and your family's future in the Holy Land....
- How can we cope with road rage?
Who hasn't experienced road rage? It may come in the mildest form – a curse under the breath uttered at the car that just cut you off, tailgating, or a more serious hostile action. According to research studies, we're all at risk of being an abuser or a victim....
- 'Mosul' movie finally brings Iraq's war on ISIS to the screen
Halfway through the film Mosul I found myself looking at my phone. This wasn't because I was bored. It was because I wanted to find a photo of burned cars piled on top of one another....