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The date palm is mentioned in the Tanach several times but following the Babylonian exile, the tree died out in the Israel
The misnomer is Philistines were rude and uneducated. As Kay shows, nothing could be further from the truth.
How Simcha Blass invented drip irrigation, which went on to transform the lives of millions of farmers in over 150 countries
Efforts to turn US public sentiment against the idea of a Jewish state, back in 1947, show a linkage with the Muslim Brotherhood
Six days a week, from 1935 to 1962, Eleanor Roosevelt wrote “My Day” a syndicated daily newspaper column that reached millions of Americans.
Six days a week, from 1935 to 1962, Eleanor Roosevelt wrote “My Day” a syndicated daily newspaper column that reached millions of Americans
Behold the flag of Palestine according to the League of Nations, before the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948
I have already in the past posted how Jews in then Palestine were looking out for their Arab neighbors. Here is another example.
In 1928, the New York Times dealt with a controversy: the British tearing down a partition separating men and women at the Western Wall
A series where I bring to you news from the newspaper archives and historical documents to debunk common misconceptions about the Middle East conflict. One of the...
A series where I bring to you news from the newspaper archives and historical documents to debunk common misconceptions about the Middle East conflict. The infamous "Zionism...
Over a year ago, I posted how the words “Free, free Palestine!” - words shouted out by Israel haters worldwide, more often than not an expression of their wish for the destruction of the state of Israel - were first used by the Zionist group American League for a Free Palestine (ALFP) in 1944
The offer that never had a chance
The Jewish Yishuv asked for funds for earthquake relief - and not just for the Jews