| By Susan Youngwood |
| Friday, 01 February 2013 00:25|
Daniel BarenboimPROVIDENCE – Examining the conflict in the Middle East was front and center in Providence last week, thanks to a weeklong residency of the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra at Brown University.
| By Ben Sales |
| Thursday, 31 January 2013 23:16|
Ruth CalderonYair LapidTEL AVIV (JTA) – Last week’s Israeli election saw a major shakeup in the country’s government, with 53 new members elected to its parliament, the Knesset.
| By Larry Hershoff |
| Thursday, 31 January 2013 22:58|
This sign at Ben Gurion International Airport welcomes visitors and returning Israelis alike to Israel. /Nancy KirschTEL AVIV – Why on earth would anyone spend three hours on a bus, three hours in an airport, 10 hours on an airplane, another hour in an airport and one hour on a bus?
| By Nancy Kirsch
| Thursday, 17 January 2013 16:51|
Consul General of Israel to New England Shai Bazak holds his absentee ballot in Boston. /Nancy KirschBOSTON – Twenty-one Israelis living in New England were invited to cast their absentee ballots at the Israeli Consulate in Boston. Only those Israelis living outside Israel during elections, by virtue of their positions as diplomats or military personnel, are entitled to vote by absentee ballot under Israeli law.
| By Geraldine Foster |
| Thursday, 17 January 2013 16:45|
A certificate from the Jewish National Fund tree fund /Rhode Island Jewish Historical AssociationJanuary in Rhode Island is cold. The trees are bare, save for a sere leaf clinging to a branch here and there.
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