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Good News Friday

It’s a great feeling to continue the good news from yesterday into today, towards Shabbat, so here is my latest Good News Friday installment. First up is a blast from the past, as Israeli students unearthed a 2,000 year-old Jewish … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

The clocks moved forward in Israel last night which is just as well because I have an extra hour to write my Good News Friday post! Let’s start this week’s post with news from Israel’s biomedical sector. Israeli 3D printing … Continue reading

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Good News to start the week

To make up for the lack of a Good News Friday post yesterday, here is some good news to start the week (despite tomorrow being a fast day).  (My apologies for yesterday’s last-minute crisis posting. The immediate crisis is over … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

Chanukah is almost upon us, starting tomorrow night, as is Christmas too! All the more reason for a great Good News Friday post. I’ll start with news from last week, when Jewish communities and their supporters the world over took … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

This time last week I was writing about the devastating fires in Haifa and many other places around the country, and I had no time to write a Good News Friday post. This week I am writing in the midst … Continue reading

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Nuba Inscription Identifies Dome of the Rock with Jewish Temple

Originally posted on The Temple Mount Sifting Project:
Our researchers are privileged to work on many projects throughout the year in addition to their work with us at the Temple Mount Sifting Project. Assaf Avraham and Peretz Reuven have been…

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