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I was a journalist when Sadat visited Jerusalem

The behind-the-scenes story of the Sadat visit was part of a speech given by Zev Hefetz, American director of the Israel Government Press Office - an amazing event to experience.

By SYBIL KAPLAN
02/12/2021

Israelis and Arabs can and do work well together - data supports it

92.5% of Jews and 98% of Arabs working in a mixed Jewish-Arab setting viewed relations between the two groups as “good” or “very good.”

By NASREEN HADAD HAJ-YAHYA
02/12/2021

America's democracy is in danger

Particularly worrisome are the large numbers of Americans who believe the Big Lie and other conspiracy theories even once they’ve been irrefutably debunked.

By ROBERT HORENSTEIN
02/12/2021

Israel is reopening and premiering as the world's wine destination

There are more than 50 wineries in the Jerusalem area alone, with some of them built in areas where wine was made thousands of years ago.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
02/12/2021

What is the history of the South African Jewish diamond industry?

Once a desirable trade for a nice Jewish boy, diamond cutting and polishing in South Africa no longer is - here's why.

What did Oxford University do with money from a Nazi sympathizer?

The Alexander Mosley Charitable Trust donated over £12 million to Oxford. Sir Oswald Mosley was the leader of the British fascist movement of the 1930s.

Here's how Americans misunderstand Palestinian Arabs

I spoke with Fatah leaders who told me they are willing to wait out Israel. The Palestinian Authority is ready to live in two states or one binational state.

How can antisemitism be fought in schools?

Every government should impose a law against antisemitism, according to EJC head Dr. Moshe Kantor.

Austria in 1973 and today: Here is how the country is taking on Jewish education

"Social media is more influential than family education," said EJC President Moshe Kantor. Here is their approach.

This is the link between the shrinking of the human brain and Israel's budget

Brain size in humans today averages 100 to 150 cubic centimeters smaller than it was in around 1,000 BCE.

By SHLOMO MAITAL
02/12/2021
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