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An Israeli delegation of high-school students won two medals on Friday at the International Olympiad in Informatics held in Kazan, Russia.
Thousands of RJJ alumni were, or are still, active in important leadership roles in Jewish life and Jewish communities in the U.S. and Israel.
It should be noted that Brigadier General Fairaizen wears a knitted yarmulke, which constitutes an extremely meaningful change in the IDF's recent attitude regarding Religious Zionism.
July marks the two-year anniversary of the Oregon Jewish Museum's merger with the Oregon Holocaust Resource Center.
The elimination of the obligation to teach core curriculum subjects will not result in reducing the budgets of Haredi yeshivas who pass on the extra material.
“Israel is responsible to protect and strengthen Jewish identity and affinity for Israel among each and every Jew everywhere in the world."
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon doesn't think it's a good idea to build a casino in Eilat; he'd rather see more money for schools.
The Im Tirtzu movement revealed the involvement of 20 Israeli academics in the proposed resolution of the American Anthropological Association (AAA) to join the boycott against Israel.
The governor later tweeted: "What a great honor it was to march in the @CelebrateIsrael parade today."
The Mayberg Family Foundation is hosting its annual Jewish Education Innovation Challenge (JEIC) retreat. The challenge offers finalists 12 minutes to pitch their projects to a panel of judges,
President Rivlin was asked by Arab high schoolers how they should grapple with the Jewish symbolism in the national anthem, as non-Jews.
In 2016, RAVSAK and the Technion challenged Jewish Day School students around the world to create a Rube Goldberg machine that tells the story of Passover.
The parents of said schoolgirls said the gift is offensive to the girls as well as to their families.
After six years Ariel University wins a BDS discrimination lawsuit against the government of Spain.
Leader of a group behind the lawsuit says the political pressure forces the government to ignore basic subjects such as math, English and computers.