Sukkot – the exteriors that teach about the interior

The symbols of Sukkot and what they teach us about Derech Eretz.

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With a gun in one hand and a camera in the other

Meet the soldiers who document top-secret IDF activities. 'You can already see the results of the work on the ground.'

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Nuclear disarmament group ICAN wins 2017 Nobel Peace Prize

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, a coalition of NGOs from one hundred countries, won the prize ...
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Ahead of Trump statement, Russia urges U.S. to preserve Iran nuclear deal

Trump is expected to announce that he will decertify the deal in a step that potentially could cause the 2015 ...
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‘The story of the Jewish people began at the Temple Mount’

'The terrorists understand the Jewish connection to the land and the Temple Mount better than some Israelis.'

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Tell your kids to get up and play

Dr. Yossi Dabush, Chiropractor from the Israeli NSA Chiropractic Center: Cases of back pain in children is growing.

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Small percentage of people spread most Ebola cases: study

An MSF facility treating ebola in Kailahun in 2014Most of the people infected with Ebola in the West Africa epidemic that began in 2014 got sick through contact with a small number of "superspreaders" with the disease, researchers said Monday. The study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows such "superspreaders" can be extremely dangerous when it comes to infectious disease outbreaks. The West African Ebola epidemic was the largest in history and killed more than 11,300 people, with many of the cases involving people infected while caring for a sick person or burying a body.