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Every day of the year Israel365 sends an inspirational email newsletter to over 150,000 supporters of the Jewish State from…

Plant a Tree in Israel and Make Prophecy Come True

Israel’s summer heat wave has caused terrible destruction of its beautiful trees. Since April, Israel has been sweltering under oppressive…

PHOTOS: Israel365 Welcomes New Immigrants Home to Israel

Israel365 gave a warm “Shalom” and welcome home to a number of Olim (new immigrants) who landed at Ben Gurion…

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Video: A Tale of Israel’s Two Seas

The Dead Sea and the Sea of Galilee: Israel’s two seas, starkly different from one another, have one very important…

Dancing for Life: Israeli Professor Fights Parkinsons with Ballroom Dancing

An Israeli professor made a remarkable discovery that ballroom dancing eased the effects of his Parkinsons disease. He's spreading his…

Video: This Arab Israeli Woman Deserves a Standing Ovation!

Sarah Zoabi is a proud Muslim Zionist, an unbelievable advocate for the Nation of Israel, who pays a high price…

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The Temple Mount in ancient times. (Photo: Arise and Ascend)

The Ninth of Av: Throwing the Keys Up to Heaven

When offering words of comfort to a mourner we reference the destruction of the Temple. The traditional invocation expresses our…

Finding the Light in a Time of Darkness

Judaism teaches that from the time of Pesach (Passover), until the time of Shavuot (Pentecost) the Jews shall count. This…

Passover: The Holiday of Redemption

The origins of Pesach (Passover) lie in the spring celebrations of the first grain harvest. The holiday celebrates God's great redemptive…

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Handmade, Biblically-themed ceramics by Naomi Persky.

Artist Combines Love of Israel and Bible in her Ceramics

Twenty years ago, artist Naomi Persky had a dream to live in the Holy Land. That wish came to fruition…
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Torah Symbolism Meets Graphic Art: Orit Martin Review

Art connoisseurs, philosophers, Kabbalists and the deeply spiritual will all find a shared interest in the art of Orit Martin.…
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The Minimalism of Adi Sidler’s Jerusalem

Adi Sidler is an Israeli artist who was born in Tel Aviv in 1970. From a young age he showed…