Hummus is arguably the food Israel is most well-known for. But, like pizza or barbeque in the U.S., there are regional differences in the way this popular food is made – and just as many opinions on the best place to find it. Watch as these Israelis share their passion for the chickpea spread that helped put Israeli food on the map.
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Avi Dichter is an Israeli politician who has served in the IDF, as head of the Shin Bet, in the Knesset, and is a longtime friend of The Fellowship.
Please pray for all those affected by this tragedy – that those injured will be swiftly healed, that those who have lost loved ones will be comforted, and that first responders will be kept safe as they work tirelessly to rescue those in distress.
Do you know how the original, unleavened Passover bread – matzah – was made? Our friends at The Nosher explore the origins of matzah, as well as the Jewish communities around the world who still make this unleavened bread from scratch.
Is it possible that archaeologists have discovered King David’s prayer altar? Watch now, as City of David Foundation Director of International Affairs Ze’ev Orenstein shares more about the excavations.