Section Jewish History : 24JEWISH ALERTS large selection in each section

Jewish National Fund  JNF Projects in Israel

 14.05.2013

Israel has a severe water shortage. To learn about JNF’s innovative work in addressing this water shortage, visit jnf.org/water

Miracle of Israel – Land Of Promise

04.12.2009

A great video about the history of the Jewish people and Israel! Learn more about what you can do to support Israel athttp://www.jnf.org.

Israel – a hi-tech superpower

24.02.2012

Many people think of Israel as an area of conflict, when in fact it’s one of the world’s most powerful hi-tech centers. See the truth!

Made in Israel: Agriculture

03.09.2013

Gordon Robertson looks at Israel’s remarkable agricultural innovation, with special focus on the role of the kibbutz in Israel’s agricultural success, growing crops and orchards in desert, rocky land and swamps with hard work and ingenuity.

Secrets about the Israeli Technology

 23.05.2010

Israel is one of the leading countries in the field of biotech research, standing side by side with the European nations and the US. This phenomenon is strange for a country that is in an area which isn’t leading the field of academic research, and most of its population hasnt achieved more than basic education. So how did Israel become a technological oasis?

Adventures in San Diego Jewish World, December 27, 1957, Part 3
San Diego Jewish World
Attention Family Historians: If you would like a JPG photo copy from the Southwestern Jewish Press of any “Adventures in San Diego Jewish History” article that has been reprinted on the San Diego Jewish World website, simply copy the website address of 
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Stream of Israeli musicians flows into San Diego
San Diego Jewish World
San Diego Jewish World seeks sponsorships to be placed, as this notice is, just below articles that appear on our site. This is an ideal opportunity for your corporate message or to personally remember a loved one’s contributions to our community. To 
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JNS news briefs: March 17, 2014
San Diego Jewish World
Preceding provided by JNS.org, which is sponsored on the pages of San Diego Jewish World through the generosity of Dr. Bob and Mao Shillman. * San Diego Jewish Worldseeks sponsorships to be placed, as this notice is, just below articles that appear on 
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TV tour through Israel, history
Sun-Sentinel
Through these travels, he explores the imprint that Jewish culture has made on the world and the drama of suffering, resilience and rebirth that has gone with it. The series is also a personal journey for him as he has been immersed in Jewish history 
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Hollywood’s Oscar-Winning Rabbi Takes Jewish History to the Stars
Tablet Magazine
Hier prefers to use his films to disseminate his message, seeing them as serving as cinematic ambassadors for Jewish history and the Jewish state. Moriah’s house style can best be described as Jewish Ken Burns, employing dramatic music cues, artfully 
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Photos: The National Museum of American Jewish History Masquerade Ball
Philly.com (blog)
The National Museum of American Jewish History held its annual Masquerade Ball in celebration of Purim on Saturday, March 15, 2014. Over 300 people from the Young Friends of NMAJH, Moishe House Philadelphia and Hillel’s Jewish Graduate Student 
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Irish and Jews share some history – no blarney
Bradenton Herald
Congregation Ner Tamid called upon resident playwright, Rabbi Barbara Aiello, to create: “The True Actual History of the Jews of the Emerald Island or Does Your Bubbe Come from Ireland?” The play and its talented cast of “CNT Players” drew laughter 
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This Day, March 17, In Jewish History by MItchell A. Levin
Cleveland Jewish News (blog)
However, he had little use for the Jews. While traveling in Judea, he described the Jews as “Stinking and tumultuous.” He reportedly expressed a preference for the Teutonic barbarians whom he was fighting on the border between Gaul and Germania.
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History matters
Canadian Jewish News
Whereas one may or may not choose to embrace religion, history on the other hand, is a fixed and inseparable identity. Jewish history offers narratives that relate most Jews to each other in genealogical ways. History defines a trajectory that can help 
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Opposites: Samuel Rosenman and Queen Esther
San Diego Jewish World
Rather its message continues to resonate throughout the course of Jewish history. With this simple thought in mind, we will examine a perplexing passage that appears in the Book of Esther. Hathach returned to Esther and told her what Mordecai had said.
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Holocaust history shouldn’t stand in the way of the Purple Line
Washington Post
Why Maryland lawmakers are more affronted than the Jewish state by SNCF’s Holocausthistory is baffling. They want to require SNCF to compensate those Holocaust victims in the United States, and their families, whom the rail company transported.
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