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It’s hard to top the previous post for good stuff about Israel, but I can’t let a Friday pass without a Good News Friday installment, so here goes. Our first item comes once again from the UK, which despite its … Continue reading
Time to dig ourselves out from under the snow and water and get ready for Shabbat with another Good News Friday post. It’s tempting to mention the amazing water level rise of the Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) in this week’s … Continue reading
It’s time for another installment of my Good News Friday series, and since today is both Rosh Chodesh (1st of the month) and Chanukah, this week’s post will include extra goodies beyond the usual 3 items in honour of the … Continue reading