ISRAEL LAUNCHES INITIATIVE TO DOUBLE THE NUMBER OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
JERUSALEM – The Council for Higher Education in Israel (CHE) this week officially launched the national initiative “Study in Israel” to double the number of international students enrolled in Israeli colleges and universities, initially targeting students in North America, China, and India. There are currently about 12,000 international students studying in Israel.
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THE SUKKAH OF LEVIATHAN
By RABBI RAYMOND APPLE
Some sukkot are so tiny that a person can hardly squeeze in. Others are so huge that they could accommodate an army.
The biggest of all is the sukkah of Leviathan, a huge sea creature whose hide will cover the tent in which the righteous will be seated for the ultimate messianic banquet
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GERMANY SHOOTING: HORROR OF JEWS TARGETED IN HALLE ATTACK
PAT BROWN INSTITUTE RELEASES LA POLL OF JEWISH VOTERS
By JILLIAN BECK
The Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs (PBI) at Cal State LA today released a new poll of Jewish voters in Los Angeles County, offering key insights on topics including President Donald Trump and concern over rising anti-Semitism.
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Above the rain-soaked flowers and little lanterns left by well-wishers, the bullet holes are clearly visible in the small wooden door of the synagogue in Halle. That door was all that stood between an armed extremist and the worshippers inside the building, gathered to pray on the holiest day of the Jewish year.
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