| By Ezra L. Stieglitz |
| Friday, 03 August 2012 15:44|
| Students at the bi-national, bilingual school in Israel ‘mug’ for the camera. /Ezra Stieglitz|
Whenever Palestinians and Israelis are mentioned in the news, we often think of conflict. Typically, the media pay little attention to the efforts of Jews and Arabs who prove that two peoples can live side-by-side in peace.
| By Uriel Heilman |
| Friday, 22 June 2012 01:06|
| Mohamed Morsi TEL AVIV (JTA) – Egypt’s military coup is now nearly complete.|
That may be distressing for Egyptian democracy, but it could help the Israel-Egypt relationship.
| By Eetta Prince-Gibson |
| Friday, 08 June 2012 01:34|
| Elias Inbram|
JERUSALEM (JTA) – When violent riots against African migrant workers erupted in south Tel Aviv recently, a mob attacked Hanania Wanda, a Jew of Ethiopian origin, mistaking him for a Sudanese migrant worker.
| By Dasee Berkowitz |
| Friday, 25 May 2012 13:44|
NEW YORK (JTA) – Observing my kids playing, I notice how the same toy, no matter how many times they play with it, can reveal the most remarkable things. My daughter, with the vocabulary befitting an 18-month-old, will bring her ball over to me and point to a mark on it with a delighted grunt.
| By Mati Wagner |
| Friday, 25 May 2012 13:15|
Rabbi Miri Gold, A Reform rabbi in IsraelJERUSALEM (JTA) – After a Jerusalem-area’s religious council allowed a female Reform rabbi to participate in its proceedings, some advocates of liberal Judaism in the country hale their inroads into the Orthodox-dominated religious infrastructure.
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