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‘God tells women, enjoy yourself first’: The educator fomenting an Orthodox sexual revolution

By | 2021-09-17T20:01:42+00:00 September 17th, 2021|Entertainment|

Dr. Michal Prins, founder of the Center for Jewish Intimacy, urges Israel's Orthodox community to reexamine the boundaries of its sexuality and be receptive to a more open discourse. She’s also not afraid to discuss the prohibition on touching. Just do...

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The best and brightest appear on screen at the Haifa International Film Festival

By | 2021-09-16T21:09:41+00:00 September 16th, 2021|Entertainment|

The 37th Haifa International Film Festival, one of the most enjoyable film festivals in Israel, will run from September 19-28 at the Haifa Cinematheque and other theaters around the city.

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Where to go and what do do over the Sukkot holiday

By | 2021-09-16T21:05:05+00:00 September 16th, 2021|Entertainment|

Over the eight-day Sukkot educational hiatus, adults and children alike can find themselves at a loose end. Luckily there is an abundance of cultural and arts events going on.

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Why the world’s most ancient terrain hasn’t changed in 2 million years

By | 2021-09-16T16:14:46+00:00 September 16th, 2021|Entertainment|

If hominids who emerged from Africa reached the area of today’s Israel, they trod the same gravel we are walking on today. A sweaty journey to the place where there is literally nothing new under the sun, just 100 kilometers north of Eilat

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Surprise! Monumental camel sculptures in Arabia are prehistoric, archaeologists find

By | 2021-09-14T22:59:59+00:00 September 14th, 2021|Entertainment|

Initially thought to be ‘only’ 2,000 years old, the life-size animal reliefs found in Saudi Arabia were actually carved nearly 8,000 years ago, during the Neolithic, when the desert was green

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Surprise! Monumental camel sculptures in Arabia are prehistoric, archaeologists find

By | 2021-09-14T22:59:59+00:00 September 14th, 2021|Entertainment|

Initially thought to be ‘only’ 2,000 years old, the life-size animal reliefs found in Saudi Arabia were actually carved nearly 8,000 years ago, during the Neolithic, when the desert was green

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COVID: ‘Jerusalem’s Shabbat’ bridges Jews from all over the city

By | 2021-09-14T22:33:37+00:00 September 14th, 2021|Entertainment|

Led by the city’s Youth Authority, the project aims "to provide activities for young families during weekends, close to home and through joint activities for both parents and children."

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See Jerusalem’s Musrara neighborhood’s ethnic food in new exhibit

By | 2021-09-14T22:24:43+00:00 September 14th, 2021|Entertainment|

Recipes from local residents reflect their personal-ethnic baggage and the flavors and scents they grew up with and brought with them to Musrara shown in new show.

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