By: Times of Israel Staff – timesofisrael.com
By: Joan Nathan; New York Times-nytimes.com
And the family’s personal recipe, so you can make it yourself.
By: Maayan Jaffe-Hoffman; The Jerusalem Post – jpost.com
A third of the removed Temple Mount soil remained unsifted and is in danger of being lost by erosion.
By: Emily Jones; CBN News – cbn.com
JERUSALEM, Israel – Airbnb has reversed its decision to ban home listings in Israeli settlement communities in historic Judea and Samaria, also known as the West Bank.
Airbnb announced the policy change after a court settlement Monday between the hospitality service and several American Jewish plaintiffs who sued the company.
Last November, the company vowed to “remove listings in Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank that are at the core of the dispute between Israelis and Palestinians.”
By: Michael Brown; christianpost.com
As the dust is settling in Israel after the latest elections, here are five simple facts that will help you sort out what’s happening on the ground.
By: Danny Sadeh; ynetnews.com
Tens of thousands will spend Tuesday in a different country, and while some made their plans before the elections were scheduled, many prefer simply to flee the commotion and be as far away as possible
Some 60,000 Israelis will be out of the country on Election Day on Tuesday, and unlike in some other countries, there is no absentee ballot (save for diplomats stationed in foreign countries). The exodus abroad began at the weekend, stepped up its pace on Sunday and is expected to continue throughout Monday and even into Tuesday.
By: Emily Jones — cbn.com
It was the first time a sitting Brazilian president joined Israeli leaders to visit the holiest site in Judaism.
The goal of Bolsonaro’s trip is to bring Israel and Brazil together through economic, technological, and security partnerships. The two countries will begin conducting joint scientific and technological research and will collaborate on public security and defense services.
By: Joanna Plucinska; reuters.com
WARSAW (Reuters) — A news kiosk inside Poland’s parliament was found to be selling a newspaper with an article instructing readers on “How to recognize a Jew,” drawing accusations that lawmakers were happy to tolerate anti-Semitism.
By: Leah MarieAnn Klett; The Christian Post-christianpost.com
By: Naama Barak; israel21c.org