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JTA
Most Israelis and Palestinians oppose realistic peace plan, poll findsto a similar survey the Palestinian center conducted annually with the Truman I
Most Israelis and Palestinians oppose realistic peace plan, poll finds
JTA / Posted yesterday
to a similar survey the Palestinian center conducted annually with the Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University from 2000. The peace deal offered in the latest poll included a demilitarized Palestinian state,... Read more
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The Forward
Most Israelis and Palestinians Oppose Realistic Peace Deal: Pollto a similar survey the Palestinian center conducted annually with the Truman I
Most Israelis and Palestinians Oppose Realistic Peace Deal: Poll
The Forward / Posted yesterday
to a similar survey the Palestinian center conducted annually with the Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University since 2000. The peace deal offered in the latest poll included a demilitarized Palestinian state,... Read more
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JTA
Most Israelis and Palestinians oppose realistic peace deal deal, poll findsto a similar survey the Palestinian center conducted annually with the Truman I
Most Israelis and Palestinians oppose realistic peace deal deal, poll finds
JTA / Posted yesterday
to a similar survey the Palestinian center conducted annually with the Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University since 2000. The peace deal offered in the latest poll included a demilitarized Palestinian state,... Read more
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The Jewish Week
At 80, A Munich Olympics And Holocaust Survivor is Still The Sportsmanbeen at racewalking for more than a half-century, ever since he participated in
At 80, A Munich Olympics And Holocaust Survivor is Still The Sportsman
The Jewish Week / Posted 2 days ago
been at racewalking for more than a half-century, ever since he participated in a four-day recreational event as a Hebrew University of Jerusalem student and realized that many runners lagged behind his walking. His feet would convey... Read more
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Daily Mail
2,000-old synagogue in Galilee may prove stories from the Bibleurban centre for the Jews during the Roman and Byzantine periods, explained Pro
2,000-old synagogue in Galilee may prove stories from the Bible
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
urban centre for the Jews during the Roman and Byzantine periods, explained Professor Zeev Weiss, an archaeologist at the Hebrew University. The frescoes decorated a monumental building erected during the early second century AD in the north of... Read more
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The Age
Voice of equalityof Haifa, Israel's third-largest city. After her undergraduate degree, she went
Voice of equality
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
of Haifa, Israel's third-largest city. After her undergraduate degree, she went to Israel's most prestigious academy, Hebrew University, where she became the first Palestinian to graduate from a media studies course in Israel, completing a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Voice of equalityof Haifa, Israel's third-largest city. After her undergraduate degree, she went
Voice of equality
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
of Haifa, Israel's third-largest city. After her undergraduate degree, she went to Israel's most prestigious academy, Hebrew University, where she became the first Palestinian to graduate from a media studies course in Israel, completing a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Voice of equalityof Haifa, Israel's third-largest city. After her undergraduate degree, she went
Voice of equality
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
of Haifa, Israel's third-largest city. After her undergraduate degree, she went to Israel's most prestigious academy, Hebrew University, where she became the first Palestinian to graduate from a media studies course in Israel, completing a... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Hebrew University Launching Israel’s First Wine Making Coursefor skills and professionalism in the industry, the Robert H. Smith Faculty of
Hebrew University Launching Israel’s First Wine Making Course
The Jewish Press / Posted 6 days ago
for skills and professionalism in the industry, the Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, has opened Israel’s first academic degree program in wine: the International MSc in... Read more
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Aljazeera
Why is al-Aqsa mosque compound a recurrent flash point?there. Why is there so much tension around the sacred site? Azzam Tamimi - ac
Why is al-Aqsa mosque compound a recurrent flash point?
Aljazeera / Posted 7 days ago
there. Why is there so much tension around the sacred site? Azzam Tamimi - academic and political activist Robbie Sabel - professor of international law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Rodney Dixon - international human ri... Read more
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The Forward
1,800-Old Frescoes Tell Story of Israel’s Ancient ‘Multicultural’ Townof the devastation in the country following the Great Revolt of the Jews agains
1,800-Old Frescoes Tell Story of Israel’s Ancient ‘Multicultural’ Town
The Forward / Posted 8 days ago
of the devastation in the country following the Great Revolt of the Jews against the Romans. Excavations by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem at Zippori have revealed frescoes with human and animal images from about 1,800 years ago – a... Read more
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JTA
For ‘Jewish Valentine’s Day,’ meet 5 couples who found love on Israel tripsat the airport in 2013 on the way to the same Masa program, Jerusalem Sounds, w
For ‘Jewish Valentine’s Day,’ meet 5 couples who found love on Israel trips
JTA / Posted 9 days ago
at the airport in 2013 on the way to the same Masa program, Jerusalem Sounds, which offered music and other classes at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. But they quickly realized that they must have crossed paths multiple times, having grown up... Read more
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J Weekly
Jewish activist, philanthropist Mathilde Albers dies at 99the business in 1976. From then on, she devoted herself to charity work and phi
Jewish activist, philanthropist Mathilde Albers dies at 99
J Weekly / Posted 11 days ago
the business in 1976. From then on, she devoted herself to charity work and philanthropy. She sat on the boards of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, AIPAC and Israel Bonds, gave large donations to the Weizmann Institute of Science, the... Read more
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J Weekly
deathsan adviser to Israel’s premier as part of UJA/Federation of North America Prime
deaths
J Weekly / Posted 11 days ago
an adviser to Israel’s premier as part of UJA/Federation of North America Prime Minister’s Council, and on the board of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Mathilde was a jewel — the sparkling embodiment of tzedakah. She was a quiet philanthropist... Read more
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JTA
Roman period frescoes found at Galilee site(JTA) — A Hebrew University of Jerusalem team has discovered hundreds of fragme
Roman period frescoes found at Galilee site
JTA / Posted 12 days ago
(JTA) — A Hebrew University of Jerusalem team has discovered hundreds of fragments belonging to frescoes from the Roman period. The fragments, found in the Zippori National Park in Israel, contain figurative images, floral patterns and geometric... Read more
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The Jewish Press
The School That Set The Standard For Jewish Education In 20th-Century Americain the Jewish and secular worlds. One of the best examples is Robert (Yisrael)
The School That Set The Standard For Jewish Education In 20th-Century America
The Jewish Press / Posted 12 days ago
in the Jewish and secular worlds. One of the best examples is Robert (Yisrael) Aumann – Nobel laureate, professor at Hebrew University, and outstanding talmid chacham. During the ceremony and dinner at which he was awarded the Nobel Prize, he... Read more
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Quartz
Kafkaesque instructions on what to do with Franz Kafka’s manuscripts produce a Kafkaesque legal battlehe fled to Palestine in 1939, and left them to Esther Hoffe, his secretary. She
Kafkaesque instructions on what to do with Franz Kafka’s manuscripts produce a Kafkaesque legal battle
Quartz / Posted 13 days ago
he fled to Palestine in 1939, and left them to Esther Hoffe, his secretary. She in turn was instructed to give them to the “Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the municipal library in Tel Aviv or another organization in Israel or abroad” after Brod... Read more
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Daily Mail
How brushing your teeth could prevent cancerto bind to host cells and proliferate in tumors, thereby accelerating colorecta
How brushing your teeth could prevent cancer
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
to bind to host cells and proliferate in tumors, thereby accelerating colorectal cancer. Co-author Gilad Bachrach of the Hebrew University-Hadassah School of Dental Medicine said: ‘The strengths are that the study involved both human samples and... Read more
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Medical News Today
Colorectal tumors exacerbated by mouth microbestissue when compared with neighboring healthy tissue. According to the Harvard
Colorectal tumors exacerbated by mouth microbes
Medical News Today / Posted 13 days ago
tissue when compared with neighboring healthy tissue. According to the Harvard researchers and scientists from the Hebrew University-Hadassah School of Dental Medicine in Israel, this is the first study to shed light on how the microbes... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Rare Roman Period Frescoes Discovered in Galileewith its tail curling, in a fresco from Zippori, dating from the early Second C
Rare Roman Period Frescoes Discovered in Galilee
The Jewish Press / Posted 13 days ago
with its tail curling, in a fresco from Zippori, dating from the early Second Century CE (Photo: G. Laron) A team from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem has discovered hundreds of fragments belonging to frescoes from the Roman period in the... Read more
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The Jewish Week
NYU Prof Spurs Fresh Debate Over ‘Distancing’and non-Jewish — are increasingly alienated from Israel.” Cohen, a research pr
NYU Prof Spurs Fresh Debate Over ‘Distancing’
The Jewish Week / Posted 13 days ago
and non-Jewish — are increasingly alienated from Israel.” Cohen, a research professor of Jewish social policy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem-Jewish Institute of Religion and director of the Berman Jewish Policy Archive at NYU Wagner,... Read more
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DW
Israel Supreme Court cites Brod intent in Kafka case |Brod died in 1968 in Tel Aviv, he left the papers to his secretary, Esther Hoff
Israel Supreme Court cites Brod intent in Kafka case |
DW / Posted 14 days ago
Brod died in 1968 in Tel Aviv, he left the papers to his secretary, Esther Hoffe, with instructions to give them to the "Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the municipal library in Tel Aviv or another organisation in Israel or abroad." In addition... Read more
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J Weekly
Bay Area philanthropist Mathilde Albers dies at 99region's most dedicated Jewish philanthropists, especially when it came to supp
Bay Area philanthropist Mathilde Albers dies at 99
J Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
region's most dedicated Jewish philanthropists, especially when it came to support for Israel. She sat on the boards of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, AIPAC and Israel Bonds, gave large donations to the Weizmann Institute and Ben-Gurion... Read more
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dna
Kafka's manuscripts are Israeli property: Supreme Courthis death in 1968, Brod bequeathed the papers to his secretary Esther Hoffe, wi
Kafka's manuscripts are Israeli property: Supreme Court
dna / Posted 15 days ago
his death in 1968, Brod bequeathed the papers to his secretary Esther Hoffe, with instructions to give them to the "Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the municipal library in Tel Aviv or another organisation in Israel or abroad." But Hoffe,... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Israel’s Prime Minister versus Defense Ministerbreak the government. “One hand doesn’t know what the other is doing,” Gideon
Israel’s Prime Minister versus Defense Minister
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 15 days ago
break the government. “One hand doesn’t know what the other is doing,” Gideon Rahat, a professor of political science at Hebrew University told The Media Line. “They are not coordinating and each one is just saying what he wants. These things add... Read more
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J Weekly
Letters reveal pain, love of kids and parents separated by Holocausteven the flimsiest paper letter can contain great power, said professor Amos Go
Letters reveal pain, love of kids and parents separated by Holocaust
J Weekly / Posted 18 days ago
even the flimsiest paper letter can contain great power, said professor Amos Goldberg, who teaches Jewish history at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. “Especially in times of war, the mail could bring a warm message from a loved one very far... Read more
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The Jewish Press
President Rivlin Receives New Ambassadors from India, Chile, Myanmar, Estonia, LesothoI greatly appreciate being in a country with so much university activity. We ha
President Rivlin Receives New Ambassadors from India, Chile, Myanmar, Estonia, Lesotho
The Jewish Press / Posted 20 days ago
I greatly appreciate being in a country with so much university activity. We have visited the Weizmann Institute, and the Hebrew University and we have plans to visit many more. We would like to have an academic delegation from Chile to reinforce... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Small dense HDL particles protectively linked to coronary heart disease risk230 Jews residing in Jerusalem were recruited for a new study by researchers at
Small dense HDL particles protectively linked to coronary heart disease risk
News-Medical-Net / Posted 20 days ago
230 Jews residing in Jerusalem were recruited for a new study by researchers at the Braun School of Public Health in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Faculty of Medicine. This work, led by Prof. Jeremy Kark of the Hebrew University - Hadassah... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Study of Israeli Jews and Arabs Causing Rethinking of Heart DiseaseDr. Chobufo Ditah (L) and Prof. Jeremy Kark studied the effects of HDL on Israe
Study of Israeli Jews and Arabs Causing Rethinking of Heart Disease
The Jewish Press / Posted 20 days ago
Dr. Chobufo Ditah (L) and Prof. Jeremy Kark studied the effects of HDL on Israelis and Palestinians, at the Hebrew University-Hadassah Braun School of Public Health and Community Medicine. / Photo credit: Hebrew University The idea that plasma... Read more
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Santa Monica Mirror
Documentary Screening: Tzipora’s Nest, a film by Malka NediviNedivi was born in Rehovot, Israel the only child of Polish Holocaust Survivors
Documentary Screening: Tzipora’s Nest, a film by Malka Nedivi
Santa Monica Mirror / Posted 22 days ago
Nedivi was born in Rehovot, Israel the only child of Polish Holocaust Survivors. She studied theater and literature at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, she later directed plays and taught theater. In 1980 she moved to Los Angeles, CA with her... Read more
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DW
Is it a bird? No, it’s supermeat |animal serum but instead uses cells. It's based on a revolutionary technology d
Is it a bird? No, it’s supermeat |
DW / Posted 22 days ago
animal serum but instead uses cells. It's based on a revolutionary technology developed by Yaakov Nahmias, a professor at Hebrew University, in 2006. It's actually based on a 3D printing technique Nahmias used to map human liver cells. Consumers... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Yael Eckstein: Fierce Fighter For Torah ValuesShe took Jewish and sociology classes at Queens College in New York, and biblic
Yael Eckstein: Fierce Fighter For Torah Values
The Jewish Press / Posted 22 days ago
She took Jewish and sociology classes at Queens College in New York, and biblical studies at Torat Chesed Seminary and Hebrew University in Jerusalem. As senior vice president of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, Yael... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Flemming Rose, Academic Freedom and Palestinian Civil Libertiesthe newspaper is worse than indifferent to Palestinian civil liberties. In Apr
Flemming Rose, Academic Freedom and Palestinian Civil Liberties
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
the newspaper is worse than indifferent to Palestinian civil liberties. In April 2009, Rose was hosted in Israel by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. You can watch videos of him talking about the cartoon controversy to the delight of Israeli... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Scientists discover way to produce 'meat' without killing or harming animalsfound a way to produce meat without killing OR harming animals? biomedical eng
Scientists discover way to produce 'meat' without killing or harming animals
Daily Mirror / Posted 24 days ago
found a way to produce meat without killing OR harming animals? biomedical engineer Prof. Yaakov Nahmias, from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, said they were able to grow muscle tissue from small quantities of cells. He said: "Our... Read more
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The Forward
Keith Sachs Would Rather Be Collecting Art in Philadelphiahouse. Walking through the exhibit with Sachs, an honorary president and forme
Keith Sachs Would Rather Be Collecting Art in Philadelphia
The Forward / Posted 24 days ago
house. Walking through the exhibit with Sachs, an honorary president and former chairman of the American Friends of The Hebrew University, several works by Israeli artists leap out. Yael Bartana’s film “Inferno” (2013), which is based on a São... Read more
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New Kerala
Light source for Middle East and neighbouring countries SESAME announces its first call for proposals - newkerala.com #96676in our region. I am a string physicist, we study potential parallel universes,
Light source for Middle East and neighbouring countries SESAME announces its first call for proposals - newkerala.com #96676
New Kerala / Posted 27 days ago
in our region. I am a string physicist, we study potential parallel universes, said Eliezer Rabinovici, Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and former Vice-President of the SESAME Council. At Sesame I can actually be in such a... Read more
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The Jewish Press
The Two Jews Who Shared The First Nobel Prize In Medicineloyal to the German state. When Chaim Weizmann met with Baron Edmund de Rothsc
The Two Jews Who Shared The First Nobel Prize In Medicine
The Jewish Press / Posted 27 days ago
loyal to the German state. When Chaim Weizmann met with Baron Edmund de Rothschild in 1913 to discuss plans for a proposed Hebrew University in Jerusalem, the baron insisted that Weizmann first obtain the support of some great Jewish scientists,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Sleep researchers call for new diagnostic criteria to treat OSA in pregnant womenof, gestational sleep apnea," said Prof. Yehuda Ginosar, director of the Mother
Sleep researchers call for new diagnostic criteria to treat OSA in pregnant women
News-Medical-Net / Posted 28 days ago
of, gestational sleep apnea," said Prof. Yehuda Ginosar, director of the Mother and Child Anesthesia Unit at the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical Center and professor at the Hebrew University's Faculty of Medicine. Ginosar is currently... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Executive director of Community Action of Ventura County to retireWashington for 22 years. He received his bachelor's degree from Columbia Chris
Executive director of Community Action of Ventura County to retire
Ventura County Star / Posted 28 days ago
Washington for 22 years. He received his bachelor's degree from Columbia Christian College and an equivalent of a master's degree from Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He also pursued doctoral studies at UC Berkeley and the Graduate Theological Uni... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Your air conditioning is making the heat wave worseconversely, the more we live with warm weather, the more we are able to tolerat
Your air conditioning is making the heat wave worse
OregonLive.com / Posted 29 days ago
conversely, the more we live with warm weather, the more we are able to tolerate it, according to Michal Horowitz of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and many other heat researchers. That's real adaptation. Getting used to warmer temperatures... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Statue of Egyptian Official Found at Tel-Hazoras well as that of the entire city of Hazor. According to Prof. Amnon Ben-Tor
Statue of Egyptian Official Found at Tel-Hazor
The Jewish Press / Posted 29 days ago
as well as that of the entire city of Hazor. According to Prof. Amnon Ben-Tor of the Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, who has been conducting excavations at Tel-Hazor for over 27 years, Hazor is the most... Read more
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The Forward
Israel’s Stav Shaffir Fights To Keep Hope Alive62% in 2014 to 51%. The survey was conducted by the Harry S. Truman Research In
Israel’s Stav Shaffir Fights To Keep Hope Alive
The Forward / Posted a month ago
62% in 2014 to 51%. The survey was conducted by the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research in Ramallah. Though somewhat... Read more
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JTA
At Jerusalem Pride March, Orthodox welcomequietly and behind the scenes, to create tolerance wherever homophobia remains.
At Jerusalem Pride March, Orthodox welcome
JTA / Posted 1 months ago
quietly and behind the scenes, to create tolerance wherever homophobia remains.” Noa Eshel, a 24-year-old student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, was marching with a group of dozens of LGBT activists from Beersheba. Organizers there called... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Parashat Balak with Rabbi Joey Wolfand an honorary doctorate from that institution in 2005. Additionally, Rabbi Jo
Parashat Balak with Rabbi Joey Wolf
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 1 months ago
and an honorary doctorate from that institution in 2005. Additionally, Rabbi Joey also spent two years studying at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Rabbi Wolf Has been serving Havurah Shalom since 1987. He has served on numerous commissions... Read more

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