Entry restrictions have been lifted on citizens and permanent residents; daily entry limit set at 3,000 • Restaurants open their doors to “Green Pass” holders.
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The court’s decision to investigate Israel for war crimes “shattered the monopoly on pain Israel purported to have,” says P.A. Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh.
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The other cities on “Food and Travel” magazine’s list are Palermo, Chania, Vienna, San Sebastian and Marseille.
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Rehovot-based Aleph Farms partners with Brazil’s BRF to co-develop and produce cultivated meat.
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Several members of the country’s military have been arrested for smuggling uranium, says Venezuelan politician and would-be leader Juan Guaidó.
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“Following the liberation of the occupied territories, in which Israel played a central role, Israeli figures are very interested in investing in those territories,” says Aryeh Gut, executive director of the Azerbaijan House in Israel.
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MK Nitzan Horowitz’s remark “justifying the political and anti-Semitic action of the court at The Hague and its persecution of IDF soldiers is a disgrace to the Israeli Knesset,” says Yamina Party’s Ayelet Shaked.
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“It is unacceptable that in 2021 people can feel attacked in France for their religion,” said Mayor Marion Bareille.
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Jim Philips, a senior research fellow for Middle Eastern affairs at The Heritage Foundation, said “there is a chance” that the new administration’s early efforts to distance itself from Saudi Arabia “could give Israel additional influence because Riyadh may seek to stave off further criticisms from Washington by underscoring its warming ties with Jerusalem.”
Jewish families and individuals can refer to Haggadot (prayer guides); recipes; playlists; and inspiration boards.
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The author calls the apparatus revolutionary, “ideal for anyone who wants food fast with less cleanup.”
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U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris expressed “the administration’s complete opposition to the decision of the prosecutor in The Hague.”
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“We have to protect our people against the re-emergence of this pandemic or mutations, and we want to create two capacities,” said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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The appeal comes in response to a request by left-wing Jewish groups to rescind the directive put in place by the Trump administration.
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Following the exodus of Jews from Morocco, their institutions closed and anti-Jewish propaganda increased. Today, the Jewish population there stands at a paltry 2,000 compared to 1 million Moroccan Jews in Israel who will now get the chance to build new communal bridges.
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Paul Miller brandished guns online and posed next to Nazi flags.
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Textbooks promote jihad and glorify martyrdom, as well as emphasize a neo-Ottomaonism that sees Turkey as a world power.
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The pandemic has forced Hillel to rethink its programming and the services it offers both to adapt to the new reality of remote learning and to provide for the well-being, both physically and mentally, of the young adults it serves. It hopes to carry lessons from the pandemic forward when life returns to normal.
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“The appearance of a sitting U.S. member of Congress at a white-supremacist conference legitimizes racism and anti-Semitism,” said StandWithUs CEO Roz Rothstein.
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