The Gulf-Israel Women’s Forum was founded last year to build ties between Israeli women and their counterparts in the Gulf.
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The Gulf-Israel Women’s Forum was founded last year to build ties between Israeli women and their counterparts in the Gulf.Israeli SceneWhat Will Israel Look Like at 100?
Asking the tough questions is our responsibility, says former Ambassador Michael Oren.
Asking the tough questions is our responsibility, says former Ambassador Michael Oren.Adeena Sussman, Ben Platt and Matisyahu in Virtual CelebrationProminent 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.Yom Hashoah Memorials Forced Online by the CoronavirusPart of what sets Yom Hashoah apart this year may be its renewed potential to make history relevant.Cast of ‘Shtisel’ Offers Passover Greetings From Their HomesThe greetings include virtual and verbal hugs from producer Dikla Barkai and actors Michael Aloni (Akiva) and several other cast members.Turning Around the Record on Sex Trafficking in IsraelThanks to the efforts of nonprofits and lawmakers, Israel is considered one of the top global reformers in the war against sex trafficking,Rabbi Asks Worshippers Not to Kiss Stones at Western WallWorshippers at the Western Wall have begun standing six feet apart during prayers services, and have been told not to kiss the stones.Israel Weighing Quarantines for Anyone Entering the CountryIsrael's Health Ministry announced Sunday night that the number of confirmed coronavirus cases had climbed to 39.Israel’s El HaLev Centers Train Women to Defend ThemselvesMore 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.Could the Story of Mass Suicide at Masada Be Fiction?In her new book on Masada, archaeologist Jodi Magness analyzes largely overlooked archaeological and historical facts, including the Roman Empire’s own benefit in propagating the mass suicide story.