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The so-called Jordan Gateway is a “breakthrough that will contribute greatly to developing and strengthening the region,” said Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid.
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Israeli President Isaac Herzog thanked Adams for his generous support of the Israeli people, calling him a “true ambassador of Israeli society.”
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Completed in 1998, the building on Tel Aviv University’s campus is currently the “youngest” in the country to hold this status.
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The baths, uncovered during a Hebrew University excavation, are located in an area that housed ancient Jerusalem's elites, according to researchers.
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Roman archeologists working day and night at the fourth-century church in Jerusalem discovered the rock layers underlying Constantine’s project.
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When Mimi Surloff’s husband, Dr. Stewart Surloff, died in December 2001 due to lung cancer, she set out to fill gaps in support resources in h…
“During the pandemic, our community has grown tremendously, and we are now able to provide more services,” said Rabbi Mendel Lifshitz.
The post Idaho to gets first ‘mikvah’ as part of $3.5 million Chabad construction project appeared first on JNS.org.
The man who lives there says he won’t paint over the hate symbols yet.
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