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  • Hebrew Name Jewelry

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on March 22, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    You may have noticed tourists who have just come home from a trip to Israel sporting a necklace that consists of a chain and some Hebrew text attached to bottom.

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  • Where Can I Browse for Jewish and Israeli Media?

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on March 12, 2012 | Leave a Comment

    Every tried searching for your favorite Israeli film online and gotten frustrated with lack of selection and ease of a website's use? Israel-Music has the answer...

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  • Prevent Abortion Efrat

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on September 06, 2010 | Leave a Comment

    The problem is so simple, yet so horrific. The solution, though, is even simpler and more beautiful.

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  • Nucampaign T-Shirts

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on September 02, 2010 | Leave a Comment

    Do you think the Israeli PR effort is lousy? Well, we do too, so we decided to take a look out there for some good innovators outside of the establishment to help spread Israel’s cause in any way possible. What we found was NUCampaign.org. The new guy on the block has opened up. The man behind the NUCampaign is David Kramer, who came up with an amazing idea: Let’s put Israeli and Jewish causes on T-shirts and let the Jewish People and all friends of Zion be walking advertisements of the truth!

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  • Jews of Khazaria 2

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on August 30, 2010 | Leave a Comment

    Did you know that an entire empire converted to Judaism in the 8th and 9th centuries? Not many people see Judaism as a religion that inspires entire peoples, and not since John Hyrcanus the Hasmonean and nephew of Judah the Maccabee did a large swath of people convert to Judaism. The Khazars, however, did, though their motivations for doing so and their lives as Jews remain shrouded in mystery. Are there Jewish Khazar descendants today? Judah HaLevy‘s famous philosophical treatise the “Kuzari” centers around a (fictitious, though interesting) dialogue with the King of these elusive people of the distant past.

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