It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s an Israeli-Made Drone
Drones from Israel are being used in agriculture—to water and pollinate date palms, for example—as well as for delivery of goods to housebound consumers.
Israel Immersion Internships for Career-Minded Individuals
Onward Israel, launched in 2012 as a Jewish Agency project, coordinates subsidized summer internships in Israel for young Americans.
Twine From Israel Set to Revolutionize Thread Dyeing
Twine Solutions has designed its TS-1800 machine to dye thread in any color for sewing, knitting or embroidery and to digitally match the color of any fabric.
Adeena Sussman, Ben Platt and Matisyahu in Virtual Celebration
Prominent food writer Adeena Sussman, a longtime contributor to Hadassah Magazine, will be among a host of luminaries participating in a virtual celebration for Israel's Independence Day.
Cast of ‘Shtisel’ Offers Passover Greetings From Their Homes
The greetings include virtual and verbal hugs from producer Dikla Barkai and actors Michael Aloni (Akiva) and several other cast members.
Rabbi Asks Worshippers Not to Kiss Stones at Western Wall
Worshippers at the Western Wall have begun standing six feet apart during prayers services, and have been told not to kiss the stones.
Israel’s El HaLev Centers Train Women to Defend Themselves
More than 100 El HaLev trainers in 40 countries are teaching founder Yudit Sidikman's self-protection model, with aspects taken from psychology, social work, education and martial arts.