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These photos capture Israel’s beauty and diversity

These photos capture Israel’s beauty and diversity

The images are part of an exhibition in Jerusalem that aims to capture what Israel looks like beyond the conflict.

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Valentin Pimstein, pioneer of Mexican telenovelas, dies at 91

Netanyahu defends suspending the Western Wall agreement. Here’s how.

LGBT Jews say it’s increasingly difficult to be pro-Israel and queer

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United States

Brandeis gets record $50 million donation to help with financial aid

The Jacob and Rosaline Cohn Endowed Scholarship and Fellowship Fund will assist hundreds of students each year.

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Israel & Middle East

Why Mariah Carey is being grilled about an Israeli corruption scandal

The pop star's billionaire ex-fiancé may have been a little too friendly with the Netanyahus.

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From the JTA Archives

Israel Museum Gets 500-year-old Torah from Anonymous Donor in Morocco

Journalist Who Tape-recorded Eichmann Confessions is Ex-nazi Officer

Jewish Men More Likely to Marry Non-Jews; Wives More Likely to Convert to Judaism: Survey

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This 400-year-old Jewish library survived Hitler and the Inquisition

The Ets Haim library in Amsterdam is the oldest functioning institution of its kind. Now Israel is storing its unique collection safely and digitally, making its treasure accessible to all.

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From 70 Faces Media

1930s Los Angeles was a Pro-Nazi Hotbed

Whole Wheat Challah French Toast with Caramelized Bananas

Maccabeats’ ‘Sound of Silence’ A-Capella Cover Is Actually Amazing

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Life & Culture

Gabe Pressman

Gabe Pressman, pioneer of television reporting, dies at 93

Peers and colleagues recognized Pressman for his ability to cover a wide range of issues, from subway accidents to election scandals.

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