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Isi Leibler in his library in 1953

Isi Leibler’s multi-faceted life

Andi Arnovitz has a new exhibition at the Tel Aviv Artists House

Andi Arnovitz’s artistic world: Against the flow

By MORDECHAI BECK
American writer James A. Michener

How it really was: Please memories, sad auguries

Ambassador Fabrizio Bozzato with former president of the Republic of Nauru, Baron Divavesi Waqa

The Order of Malta: From the Caliphs to modern Israel

By SIMON KOTLERMAN
The Alte Nationalgaleria Museum in Berlin

There may be hope for Germany yet where antisemitism is concerned

Nobel Laureate Prof.Aaron Ciechanover

How do you win a Nobel Prize?

By SHLOMO MAITAL
US Ambassador David Friedman presents Menachem Zivotofsky, with a passport

Jerusalem and the embassy issue

Yonatan Blumenfeld initiated a fascinating project in Israel which helps elderly, unemployed

Jewish activists help communities deal with the harmful effects of COVID

Shir Peled (inset) at an 'Epoch Times' magazine business convention in Israel

Trauma center vows never to leave the emotionally wounded behind

By PATRICIA GOLAN
A rare snowfall in Jerusalem's Sacher Park on February 18, 2021

Jerusalem Report’s page of poetry

Technology can help us look deep into the human body, Idan Bassuk says

Terror-tunnel detecting technology can be used to fight cancer

Ambassador Danny Danon at the United Nations

Danny Danon sees himself as a future Likud leader

The cover of the writer's book

Iran and the anti-Zionist International: Is it antisemitic?

By HENRI STELLMAN
A B-52 Stratofortress, flown by Capt. Will Byers and Maj. Tom Aranda, prepares for refueling over Afghanistan

A return to the Iran nuclear deal would increase the chances of war

Ambassador Houda Nonoo and Rabbi Dr. Elie Abadie

Gulf Jews unite: New communal association features Beth Din of Arabia

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
Jerusalem's Mahane Yehuda market

How a biblical story inspired the resolution of a Jerusalem court case

By STEVE ADLER
The Knesset building in the snow

The State of Israel is stuck in the 1980s

By ARIEL FINKELSTEIN
A Palestinian man scuffles with an Israeli during a protest against settlements, Asira al-Qibliya, West Bank

West Bank needs more light instead of might

By RON KRONISH
Israeli model May Tager, holding an Israeli flag, poses with Dubai-resident model Anastasia, holding an Emirati flag, during a photoshoot for FIX's Princess Collection in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, September 8, 2020.

Arab initiatives are seeding a new collective consciousness

'Ahasuerus and Haman at the Feast of Esther' by Rembrandt, 1660, at Moscow's Pushkin Museum

Why is Purim like Yom Kippur?

By STUART GELLER
Mohammed Mahmoud Al-Khaja sworn as UAE's first ambassador to Israel by Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid

14 day news roundup: Swearing in

NAFTALI BENNETT – his character holds a truly promising advantage: he doesn’t hate.

Is Naftali Bennett the new kingmaker?

Ultra-Orthodox Jews pray outside their home in the city of Bnei Brak on January 14, 2021, during the 3rd lockdown due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

'Judaism Straight Up': New book makes the case for normative religion

By ROBERTA ROSENTHAL KWALL
‘Esther and Mordecai’ by Aert de Gelder, a student of Rembrandt, which  is now in the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest.

The story of Queen Esther, Purim explored as political satire in new book

By MORDECHAI BECK
Titus, Trump and the Triumph of Israel: The Power of Faith-Based Diplomacy.

Titus to Trump: A book for those who believe in biblical prophecy

Jeremy Wootliff

JEWZY – Jewish-themed TV streaming

An Amudim Israel case manager discusses a case with a director of the organization.

Amudim: Perpetual pillars of support during coronavirus

By ELI MANDELBAUM
A model of the Beresheet 2 spacecraft.

Beresheet 2: Israel's next mission to the Moon is set for 2024

Pedestrians walk past a bus in downtown Jerusalem on January 18, 2021.

Heartwarming stories from Israel's buses: 'Can I order you some dinner?'

By DAVID JABLINOWITZ
Israeli kids in Purim costumes

Dressing up for Purim: The origins and modern custom

By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
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