Qumran: Home of the Dead Sea Scrolls

Caves of Qumran where several Dead Sea Scrolls were found Happy Saturday everyone! Our tour group is getting really excited about our upcoming trip to Israel in November. One of the things we are doing to prepare is studying a bit about some of the sites we will see once we get there. It is …

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Iran’s Oppression of its Own

The Iranian people are being held hostage by a regime that prioritizes regional aggression over the well-being of its own people. ~AIPAC Facebook post, September 6, 2019 Those of us living in free, democratic societies have no point of reference in which to understand what life is like to be oppressed by leaders who espouse …

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Israeli Woman Breaks European 10K Record

Israelis are gaining notoriety in everything from technology and medicine (as seen this morning), to sports (as seen a few days ago). Recently, a Kenyan Jew ran the second fastest women's 10k in history while breaking the European record. Last year she shattered the course record when she ran the Florence (Italy) Marathon under in …

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Israelis Develop Blood Test to Detect Stage 1 Lung Cancer

There are very few people who have not been impacted by a cancer diagnosis, either personally or to someone they love. Lung cancer is often one of the most deadly, primarily because symptoms rarely appear until advanced stages. There is very little chance of detecting it in early stages. But what if there was a …

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