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Good News Friday

It’s been a while since I last wrote a regular Good News Friday post, so this is a kind of return to normal programming (for the moment): Since I’m in celebratory mood after the birth of our grandson this week, … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

I can’t believe it’s Friday already! Time for another Good News Friday installment. This week we received some very exciting news from the days of the First Temple! A seal bearing the name of Kind Josiah’s court official was unearthed … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

I haven’t posted a proper Good News Friday post for a couple of weeks, so it’s time for a catch-up. First we have another amazing archaeological discovery which, while dug up already in the 1930s, was only discovered inside the … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

The weeks rush by, and seem to be nearly always filled with bad news, but then Friday rolls around and we find that there’s always some good news to accompany us into Shabbat. So here is this week’s Good News … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

It has not been an easy week, to say the least, with the despicable terrorist murder of Kim Levengrond-Yehezkel and Ziv Hajbi in Barkan, and another stabbing in the Shomron Regional Brigade (bet you didn’t hear about that one!), not … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

It’s the first Friday of 5779 and the last Friday before Yom Kippur. Luckily there is plenty of good news to fill my latest Good News Friday installment. Let’s start with a healing kind of item. US military veterans have … Continue reading

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