By Jewish Business News On Thursday, March 28th, 2019

World’s Longest Salt Cave Discovered in Israel

Israeli and European cave explorers have finished measuring the longest salt cave in Israel, located at the southern Dead Sea, and found it to be at least 10 km long – world’s longest salt cave. Up until More...

By Jewish Business News On Sunday, March 24th, 2019

How Do Campaign Polls Influence Election Results?

As Israel enters the home stretch of its election campaign (and as Canada and the United States prepare for their national elections, in October, 2018 and November 2020 respectively), traditional and social media More...

By Jewish Business News On Monday, March 4th, 2019

The Jewish Agency Will Grant Loans to Employees Who Pursue Overseas Surrogacy

The Jewish Agency has decided to grant $11,000 loan to employees of the organization who decide to search for a pregnancy surrogate overseas. The initiative was led by chairman Isaac Herzog, who sought to acknowledge More...

By Jewish Business News Service On Wednesday, February 27th, 2019

Israelis believe country ‘morally obligated’ to Diaspora Jews, Survey

Israelis blame government more than American Jews for Kotel Crisis; economic support seen as greatest asset provided by US Jewry to Israel – security ranks fourth The vast majority of Israelis believe Israel More...

By Jewish Business News On Monday, February 25th, 2019

Israeli startup MyHeritage reunites Two Korean Sisters who were abandoned at a train station

Forty-seven years ago, two sisters were abandoned at train stations in the city of Tego in South Korea. One of the sisters Christine Panel was adopted by a family from the United States and the other Kim Halen More...

By Daniel Gelman On Sunday, February 3rd, 2019

Watchdog Report Tracks “BDS Movement” at American Universities

By Daniel Gelman The student movement to urge university divestment from companies doing business with Israel is still active across the U.S., according to Amcha Initiative’s 2018 year-end report. The California-based More...

By Adina-Laura Achim On Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

Israel and Hungary searches for Holocaust victims’ bones in the Danube river

  After the Nazi invasion of Hungary in 1944, Miklos Horthy began the deportation and eradication of Hungarian Jews. Before the genocide there were around 800.000 Jews living in Hungary, a number which saw a More...

By Adina-Laura Achim On Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

Interactive Hologram testimonies reveal the horrors of Holocaust 

Max Glauben is a Dallas resident who was only 17 years old when US troops rescued him while he was forcible moved from one German concentration camp to another. At the time he was liberated, he already lived More...

By Jewish Business News On Monday, January 7th, 2019

Rare Kindness: Kidney Donor Rabbi Now Donates His Liver

By Menachem Posner Adam Levitz, a 44-year-old married father of three, was in liver failure. Things were getting worse and he knew it. On Dec. 20, he received a new liver and a new lease on life. His donor, Chabad More...

By Gali Raz On Monday, December 31st, 2018

Israel concludes 2018 with Nearly 9 million residents

On the occasion of the New Year, the Central Bureau of Statistics today publishes the full data on citizens of Israel. In the past year, there has been a significant increase in the population as a result of natural More...


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