Newly discovered Dead Sea Scroll fragments were presented at the Israel Museum in honor of Israel’s 70th anniversary. These fragments help fill in the gaps of the already published scrolls, as well as provide evidence of an unknown manuscript.
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Jacques Muron, a WWI veteran, and his wife Antonia were a French farming couple who sheltered a Jewish couple during the Holocaust, saving their lives.
No Camels reports that there are over 100 types of cancer – but no cure. Thankfully, Israeli innovators and scientists keep making exciting breakthroughs in cancer research and detection.
The Fellowship’s Ami Farkas visits our Fellowship-supported Mana Hama soup kitchen in Ashdod, sharing why this soup kitchen is vital to elderly immigrants who live in the community.
We can’t wait to check out Agnes Grunwald-Spier’s new book called “Women’s Experiences in the Holocaust,” which shows the incredible heroism of women during this dark time in history.