Tag Archives: Israel

Celebrate Israel in Boulder

JEWISHcolorado is celebrating Israel in Boulder this week with two events: a drive-thru activity kit pick up at the Boulder JCC on Friday, April 30th, and a picnic in the park on Sunday, May 2.

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Column: With New COVID Critique, How Would Palestinian Leaders Govern Their Own State?

The Palestinian Authority, which administers limited public services in Israel’s territories, is now accused by its own people of distributing Covid-19 vaccines to the privileged at the expense of needy Palestinians. Such an allegation should make one wonder how the Palestinians will govern their own independent state.

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A Dream Fulfilled: Finally A Full-Fledged IDF Soldier!

February is Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion Month, a time to spread the word about inclusion issues and celebrate the many, varied contributions of people with disabilities to the Israeli workforce and society.

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Looming: The GOP’s Anti-Squad

A Republican “Squad” has much potential to counter Democratic representatives who have been operating a four-woman faction known as the Squad for the last two years, but the Republicans’ comments already suggest that they will overreach, threatening to transform extremists among Democrats into political martyrs.

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Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects (SIPP) Highlights Its Mini-Grant Projects on December 6th

Anyone interested in work that benefits both Israelis and Palestinians is invited to attend this exciting Zoom event and hear from SIPP’s seven new Mini-Grant recipients. These projects cover a wide range of civil society and environmental programs that support efforts to promote peace and well-being.

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A Tale Of Two Journeys (To Israel, From Colorado)

On August 10, twin sisters Pearl and Heidi “Tamar” Clayman from Colorado decided to take the plunge and turn Israel from a favorite vacation destination to home sweet home.

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Life Goes On, But It Will Never Be the Same: Reflections from Two Israeli Mothers Who Lost Children on 9/11

September 11, 2001 was a global turning point, a day in which hundreds of thousands of people can ascribe a discernible change; or to put it more simply, after those terrorist atrocities, the world has never been the same. That is especially true for two Israeli mothers, whose children were killed in those heinous attacks.

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Masa Israel Journey Opens New Programming Year

JERUSALEM — Masa Israel Journey, founded by The Jewish Agency and The Government of Israel, announced today that the organization’s new programming year is open with some changes to eligibility for grants and scholarships. Masa is also the first organization to accept registrations for Israel experiences through summer 2021. The …

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