Most Clicked This Week
- Sens. Gary Peters (D-MI) and Tom Cotton (R-AR) introduce S 3775 for a "U.S.-Israel operations-technology working group"
- Yom Hashoah 2019: Peggy Shapiro from StandWithUs tells her story: "So it came that I was born in Lansberg, Germany, the same place where Hitler had written Mein Kampf, his plan for genocide, his plan to prevent my existence"
- Antibacterial alternative to the N95 surgical masks now available online from Israel: "Sonovia’s reusable cotton-poly SonoMask are infused with metal-oxide nanoparticles that kill germs and last through 100 washings"
- “Reclaiming ownership of indigenous lands - and governing those outside the process of history”
- "Jonathan Gootenberg and Omar Abudayyeh are now the only researchers allowed inside the McGovern Institute, working relentlessly on an efficient, inexpensive test kit for COVID-19"
- Pro Israel Palestinian Mudar Zahran addresses the European Parliament: BDS hurts us, we want peace with Israel
Tag Archives: basketball
“New book by author David Goldstein explores some of the 800 black Americans who have come to play professional basketball in the Jewish state since the 1970s”
TIMES OF ISRAEL Alley-oop to the Holy Land: 40 years of African American hoopsters in Israel by Robert Sarner October 8, 2017 …In Alley-Oop to Aliyah: African American Hoopsters in the Holy Land [David Goldstein] presents the Jewish state from an … Continue reading
Ex-Knick Amar’e Stoudemire fasting this week for Yom Kippur: “I feel like I can be myself here in Israel. I don’t have to feel like an outcast because I want to live a holy life”
NEW YORK POST Ex-Knick Amar’e Stoudemire reveals his ‘holy life’ in Jerusalem by David Kaufman October 9, 2016 On a balmy Middle Eastern morning this past week, ace basketball forward Amar’e Stoudemire was busy doing what he does best. Towering over … Continue reading
ASSOCIATED PRESS By Aron Heller May 19, 2014 TEL AVIV, Israel — Maccabi Tel Aviv’s European basketball victory set off a national outpouring of joy in Israel on Monday that went far beyond the boundaries of sports. Even though the … Continue reading