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Israeli writer Etgar Keret explores interactions with AI, where he discovers the AI believes he has written several non-existent books about strange and intriguing themes.
Cousins Yael Levy in Israel and Terri Ackerman in Long Island have organized a team of 150 volunteers to supply IDF soldiers with gear like pocket knives, thermal gloves, medical supplies, and more, totaling over 9,000 pounds distributed since October.
The essay discusses why there is no Palestinian state, highlighting the historical background and challenges to achieving a resolution to the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
The Biden administration has imposed sanctions on Tsav 9, an Israeli group accused of obstructing humanitarian aid convoys bound for Gaza.
Israeli tourism to Georgia has surged, with some Israelis choosing to settle in Tbilisi and establish businesses, like the Lichts who opened a falafel eatery and art gallery.
El Al, Israel's national airline, is ending a discount program for shipping donated gear to Israel, citing reduced need for donations as the military's supply situation improved.
As clashes between Israel and Hezbollah intensify in the north, residents of Kiryat Shmona near the Lebanese border have endured ongoing rocket attacks, forcing many to evacuate and leaving the city bruised and empty.
NGO Monitor exposes the questionable funding and practices of certain human rights organizations that are actively spreading lies and propaganda against Israel in an information war.
The Etgar Quiz no 273 features questions on various Jewish topics.
As Fathers Day approaches, the author challenges the notion that Jewishness is only passed down through the mother, advocating for the acceptance of patrilineal Jews.
The podcast discusses a daring Israeli hostage rescue operation followed by increasing Hezbollah rocket fire, Benny Gantz and Gadi Eisenkot's departure from Israel's war cabinet, and tension between Benjamin Netanyahu and the Supreme Court regarding ultra-orthodox military service exemption.
The essay explores the theme of erasure in the context of Israeli-Palestinian relations, focusing on the misinterpretation of Golda Meir's 1976 comment about Palestinians not being a separate people until the mid-1960s.
In this episode, Linda Gradstein, Allison Kaplan Sommer, and Noah Efron discuss the rescue of hostages from Gaza, Benny Gantz's departure from the government, and the celebration of Shavuot in Israel after months of war.
This video delves into four lesser-known Mossad missions, including assassinations, rescues, and ingenious strategies, showcasing the agency's relentless pursuit of justice and security for Israel and the Jewish people.
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Survivor Eilat Tibi reflects on the protests by anti-Israel activists at an exhibition honoring the victims of the Nova festival massacre, expressing her disappointment at their lack of understanding.
The Future of Jewish newsletter delves into the complex nature of Hamas, highlighting not only its genocidal and antisemitic tendencies but also shedding light on its underlying structure as a lucrative business entity fueled by corruption and terrorism.
As ceasefire talks in Gaza progress, Israel faces a crucial moment to demonstrate its commitment to negotiating sincerely.
The author shares a personal account of losing 31 family members in Gaza due to Israeli bombardments and highlights the devastating impact of the conflict on civilian lives.
The New York City Council is considering a resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza to promote peace and safety for all.
The text discusses the challenges Israel faces in achieving a so-called "total victory" over Hamas and other adversaries due to complex geopolitics and international dynamics.
The successful rescue operation of four hostages in Gaza posed a dilemma for Israeli security forces, who now face the challenge of rescuing the remaining captives.
The article argues against rewarding Palestinian terror with a state, highlighting how recent events have eroded support for a two-state solution in Israel.
Residents of northern Israel, facing ongoing threats and instability from Hezbollah in Lebanon, visited Washington, D.C. to highlight their displacement and the looming danger on Israel's northern border.
The Hostages and Missing Families Forum recently released a special Shavuot cookbook featuring 75 recipes, each accompanied by a photo and a description of a hostage, some deceased and some still in captivity.

Top authors in Israel

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