International News

Nelson Mandela in 2008. (South Africa The Good News)
BY Ben Cohen
December 5, 2013

In the coming days, there will be much reflection on the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela, following the former South African president’s passing on Dec. 5. And in the coming weeks, we can anticipate a febrile exchange over his true views on Israel and the Middle East. In the 1940s, many Britons could tell CONTINUE »

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Moroccan Jewish community is small but thriving in a not-so Middle Eastern Arabic state
BY Maayan Jaffe
December 5, 2013

Shared values. Mutual trust. Common interests. Strong friendship. These were some of the phrases President Barack Obama used late last month following a meeting with King Mohammed VI of Morocco. The two countries share a historic relationship; one that began in the 18th century and continues to thrive. What is more fascinating than the strong CONTINUE »

Jews celebrate Chanukah in Budapest, Hungary.
December 2, 2013

Half-way through the Chanukah holiday, and already several chanukiot have been vandalized, according to JTA Wire Service. First, a 6-foot menorah in front of the Chabad Lubavitch of Utah was vandalized. Three branches of the menorah were ripped off its left side and dropped in front of the Chabad House in Salt Lake City early Sunday CONTINUE »

Wine - 12.02.2013
BY Anna Harwood, IMP Media Group
December 2, 2013

Israel’s Golan Heights Winery launches its award winning range of wines in Vietnam reflecting its rapid growth in an ever increasing Asian wine culture. The Golan Heights Winery, which produces, markets and exports premium wines worldwide, has been selected to be the first Israeli winery to be marketed to Vietnam. As part of a new CONTINUE »