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Old City Sites, Lanes Now Accessible for Travelers in Wheelchairs

Now tourists who are disabled have better access to many of Jerusalem’s popular sites after a 9-year renovation project reports the Times of Israel.

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Forgotten Olympic Champion’s Legacy Races On in Israel

Winning gold for Finland in the 1920s before making aliyah and losing his life in a terror attack, Elias Katz left his mark on Israeli sports.

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Let’s Make Apple Pudding for Rosh Hashanah!

On Rosh Hashanah, which begins on September 29, it is customary for Jews to dip an apple into honey to usher in a sweet new year! In honor of this tradition, this week’s recipe is apple pudding!

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Faces of The Fellowship: Oleksiy

For Oleksiy, the most exciting thing about making aliyah (immigrating to Israel) from Ukraine will be to finally live close to his only brother, who has been living in the Holy Land for many years.

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A Russian Princess and Righteous Gentile

Sofka Skipwith was born into royalty, interned by the Nazis, and worked to save Jews during the Holocaust.

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