Authorities discover a factory for making soap from the second Ottoman-era, and Israel21c shares more of the details.
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Did you know the Israeli city Be’er Sheva is Hebrew for “Well of Seven?” This is why our friends at Israel21c share seven reasons to explore this biblical city on your next trip to Israel.
Writing at Tablet Magazine, Leonard Felson tells us about a new Holocaust film about the Oyneg Shabes Archive, a collection of hidden documents that explain life in the Warsaw Ghetto.
The Times of Israel tells us more about a first-ever animal-headed earring discovered from the Hellenistic-era Jerusalem!
In 1944, the Terezin concentration camp’s inmate choir enjoyed performing Giuseppe Verdi’s “Requiem.” Writing at The Wall Street Journal, Bryony Clarke explains why Jewish inmates would find hope – and a voice – in singing this Christian prayer.