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Posts by Leah Garber

From Mourning to Celebrating

Today, on Yom HaAtzmaut, Israel’s Independence Day, the State of Israel shed its 24 hours of sorrow commemorating Yom HaZikaron, Israel Memorial Day, for fallen soldiers and victims of terror, … Continued

A Vow to Keep

Israel’s elections and political disputes were pushed aside yesterday as Israeli leaders joined some 47 world delegates to issue a rallying cry in a fight against anti-Semitism. The first of … Continued

No Hate. No Fear.

Today, the tenth of the Hebrew month of Tevet, commemorates the beginning of the siege on Jerusalem in 589 BCE by the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar. Ultimately, this siege led to the … Continued

Nov. 21, 2019: A nation on hold

The phrase “for the first time in Israel’s political history” begins to wear thin, but nevertheless, is still true. Once again, no candidate was able to form a coalition, and … Continued