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Meet Pinhas Rutenberg, the man who literally lit up Eretz Yisrael
Meet Israeli Dov Frohman, who stumbled upon the idea of a state-of-the-art computer memory called EPROM while troubleshooting something else
Meet Rami Levy, who opened up supermarkets all over Israel and changed the way Israeli supermarkets operate
In the 1990’s a change came that elevated Israel into one of the top wine producers in the world. Here is that story.
The wholly inspiring story of Pnina Tamano-Shata, the first Ethiopian-born cabinet minister in Israel’s history
Over 80-years old and a household name, she is affectionately known as “Safta (Grandma) Jamila.” And her life reads like a fairy tale.
The story of Ulrich Schnaft, a former member of the SS, who posed as a Jew and joined the Israeli army after WWII
The date palm is mentioned in the Tanach several times but following the Babylonian exile, the tree died out in the Israel
Meet Amal Elsana Alh’jooj, who transcended her background as a girl who grew up in a traditional Bedouin community
The misnomer is Philistines were rude and uneducated. As Kay shows, nothing could be further from the truth.
How and why violinist Bronisław Huberman created what would later become the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra
Meet the legendary "Bird-Man of Israel", Yossi Leshem, who has quietly saved lives - of bird and man alike.
How Simcha Blass invented drip irrigation, which went on to transform the lives of millions of farmers in over 150 countries
The only peace movement that opposes two-state solution and supports restoration of Israeli sovereignty to Judea and Samaria.