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OutTraveler Goes to Israel: Eliad Cohen
Eliad Cohen wants to sleep with you-in a piazza near the Ponte Vecchio, with the waves of Leblon crashing out front, high above the streets of Chelsea, or late at night on a terrace in the heart of Tel Aviv.
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The Times of Israel
Israeli family of 8 wanders into Jordan
An ultra-Orthodox couple and their six children were picked up by Jordanian authorities Wednesday night after illegally crossing the border into the neighboring country.
Wed May 22, 2013
Physicists Create Quantum Link Between Photons That Don't Exist at the Same Time
Now they're just messing with us. Physicists have long known that quantum mechanics allows for a subtle connection between quantum particles called entanglement, in which measuring one particle can instantly set the otherwise uncertain condition, or "state," of another particle - even if it's light years away.
Palestinians have little faith in Kerry effort Palestinians believe...
Palestinians believe the U.S. effort to restart peace talks is doomed, and they're preparing instead to resume their campaign of seeking membership in key international organizations as soon as next month, officials told The arrives on another peace mission, Israel and the Palestinians appear to be as divided as ever over the issue of Israeli ... (more)
Clear for departure
My father's congregation in central Pennsylvania gave them a Mediterranean cruise and a trip to the Holy Land as a thank you for a decade of service.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
West Bank Businesses Seek Growth Amid Uncertainty
Rami El-Zogheir, general manager of Hebron's Golf & Horse Footwear, says he's ready to expand into other Arab markets.
Tue May 21, 2013
Wayne Federman coming back for laughs
The last time Los Angeles-based comedian Wayne Federman performed in Israel 10 years ago, it was the aftermath of the Second Intifada.
On Israel, apartheid and Steven Hawking's boycott for anything but peace
DOES accusing Israel of apartheid reduce the history of South African blacks and demonise Israel? Yes, says The Rev.
Even the State Dep't knows the Temple Mount truth
In Saudi Arabia, the public practice of any religion other than Islam is prohibited, and the government enforced restrictions on religious freedom.
Mon May 20, 2013
Storming the Bastille of Israel's religious bureaucracy
Fundamentally Freund: One Israeli I know who defines himself as secular told me that he had to work long and hard to convince his fiance to get married by a rabbi here in Israel.
Sun May 19, 2013
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Netanyahu: I'll Do Anything to Keep Israel Safe
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said on Friday that he would travel wherever is needed and will talk to whoever is needed to keep Israel safe and secure.
Israel's 'illegal' military entry permit bars selected tourists from West Bank - report
Many tourists hoping to visit the West Bank are finding it impossible to do so - because Israel requires certain visitors to have an entry permit.
Reality Check: Israel's modern-day royal family
It's a shame Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spent the flight to London for Margaret Thatcher's funeral asleep on the double bed that cost the taxpayer an extra half-a-million shekels.
Comptroller set to probe PM's financial issues
Inquiry slowed by need for legal guidance by attorney-general; NGO says state should only pay for 1 of Netanyahu's 2 houses.
Israel must protect its Beduin citizens
One day each summer, my childhood camp was magically transformed into a mini-Israel for "Yom Yisrael," Israel Day.
Sat May 18, 2013
'We're asking them not to mess with our families'
They came from abroad to volunteer for IDF combat service and defend Israel, but now lone soldiers serving in the Paratroop Brigade have been left with a bitter taste in their mouths.
Fri May 17, 2013
German foreign minister reaffirms Israel 'friendship'
JERUSALEM: Visiting German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle on Friday reaffirmed his country's friendship for Israel in "challenging times" for the region, as tensions mount over the Syrian conflict.
Thu May 16, 2013
Food as metaphor
Israel's recent 65th Independence Day was a nostalgic time for me. The last time that I celebrated Yom Ha'atzmaut in Jerusalem was in 1978.
The Jewish Journal
Israel to authorize four West Bank settler outposts
There are a variety of options for how to begin the process, but all involve study with a rabbi.