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Israel Cultivates Truffle Worth More Than Uranium

March 5, 2018, by

Researchers from Israel’s Ramat HaNegev Desert Agriculture Center have successfully cultivated desert truffles that retail for $120 per pound – four times the price of uranium. This came about thanks […]

YU Basketball Eliminated for Want of Star Player

March 5, 2018, by

Yeshiva University’s men’s basketball team, the Maccabees, made it to the NCAA Division III Tournament for the first time following a record season. This represents quite an accomplishment, but their moment […]

ADL: Anti-Semitic Incidents Soared In 2017

February 28, 2018, by

According to a recent report by the Anti-Defamation League, the number of anti-Semitic incidents in the United States increased to 1,986 in 2017, more than twice the number in 2015. […]

Black Panther a Milestone in Black-Jewish Relations

February 26, 2018, by

The current blockbuster Marvel superhero movie Black Panther may have written and directed by African-American creators Ryan Coogler and Joe Robert Cole, and it may feature a mostly African-American cast, […]

Israel Thwarts ISIS Bomb Plot

February 22, 2018, by

The Israeli army has revealed that it provided intelligence preventing the planned bombing of an Australian flight by the Islamic State in August. According to a senior army officer, it was […]

Researchers Find Seal of Prophet Isaiah

February 22, 2018, by

Researchers at the Ophel excavations, located at the southern wall of the Temple Mount compound, believe that they have found the seal of the prophet Isaiah, who advised King Hezekiah […]