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Kfar Zoharim is resuscitating at-risk Orthodox youth
BY Maayan Jaffe
December 5, 2013

They are hiding in the darkness of midnight on Jerusalem’s streets. They are in the clubs, on the corners, smoking weed, drinking alcohol. Lost. Once upright, observant boys from good families. Lost. That is, until Rabbi Moshe Zeivald finds them and brings them to Kfar Zoharim in central Israel. The kfar (“village” in English) is CONTINUE »

Researchers in Jerusalem discover a building dating back to the Hasmonean period.
BY Aryeh Savir
December 3, 2013

In recent months, remains of an impressive structure from the Hasmonean period (second century BCE) have been unearthed in excavations conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority in the Giv‘ati site, located in the City of David near the walls surrounding the Old City. Josephus wrote about Hasmonean Jerusalem, but it is only now that remains 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 »

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Masa Israel connects area young adults with the Jewish state
BY Maayan Jaffe
November 26, 2013

There are upward of 300 young men and women from the Greater Baltimore-Washington, D.C. corridor who are spending between five and 12 months this year in the State of Israel — volunteering, learning and living. These people — young adults between the ages of 18 and 30 — are part of an international program called CONTINUE »