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Hebrew media: Israel soldiers will not be allowed to fly over Saudi Arabia, Oman – Middle East Monitor

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Israeli soldiers will not be allowed to travel over Saudi Arabia and Oman on route to destinations in the Far East according to a report by the Hebrew language website of Israel Hayoum on Monday. The report explained that the decision means Israeli soldiers and permanent personnel of the military "will now have great difficulty reaching destinations in the East, including Thailand, the Philippines, Singapore, India, parts of China, Seychelles and other destinations in the Far East." The news website also said that flights from Europe to the Far East travelling over the two countries and Iran will also be off limits to Israeli military personnel.

3 poetic tools found in the Bible that might help you better understand your ‘Come, Follow Me’ reading – LDS Living

| August 18, 2022

There are a variety of ways to worship and praise Jesus and our heavenly parents.

Israeli President unveiled Hebrew translation of book Indians at Herods Gate on 76th Independence Day – ThePrint

| August 18, 2022

Tel Aviv [Israel], August 16 (ANI): Israeli President Isaac Herzog unveiled the Hebrew translation of the book Indians at Herods Gate written by the former Ambassador of India to the US, UK and Israel Navtej Sarna on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of its independence on Monday. The Indian Embassy in Israel hosted an event attended by several dignitaries, including Israeli political leaders, diplomats and business leaders. Both the Israeli President and current Ambassador Sanjeev Singla gave final strokes to a painting by artist Akanksha Rastogi, marking the completion of 75 years of Independence of India

New Year: New Mission, Vision, and Value Statements at THA | AZ Jewish Post – Jewish Post

| August 18, 2022

For many, the start of the school year represents a fresh new beginninga time of goals, reunions, and renewed enthusiasm.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Over a century of caring for Jewish seniors J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| August 18, 2022

What a gift to discover 150 years of history in J.s newly digital archives. As the papers editor, and others, have encouraged, we here at the San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living searched for our own name in the archives. We found dozens of news stories about SFCJL, and the Jewish Home, and the Hebrew Home for Aged Disabled, and the Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home Society all names we have gone by in our organizations 150-year history

But Dust and Ashes We Are | Hebrew College Wendy Linden – Patheos

| August 18, 2022

By Rabbi Adina Allen Parashat Eikev(Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25) We should each hold two slips of paper in our pockets, a well-known saying in Jewish tradition goes.

The relics St. Helena brought to Rome from the Holy Land – The Catholic Telegraph

| August 18, 2022

The basilica was originally a chapel designed by St.

Your Daily Phil: The highest per-capita charity bike ride in the world + A pluralistic teen Havruta – eJewish Philanthropy

| August 18, 2022

Good Wednesday morning! In todays Your Daily Phil,we have a write-up on Jewish efforts to reduce anti-Israel bias in the investing world, and a story about Bike4Chai, billed as the highest per-capita charity bike ride in the world. Rabba Claudia Marbach, director of Hebrew Colleges Teen Beit Midrash, shares her view on Jewish teen engagement. Jewish organizationsare pushing the U.S.

Israeli man drowns in Sinai during family vacation with his wife and 2 kids – The Times of Israel

| August 18, 2022

An Israeli man drowned in Egypts Sinai Peninsula, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement Monday. The mans family was informed of the incident, the ministry said, but offered no details of what led to the tragedy

Archaeologists at the Sea of Galilee Say They May Have Found the Real-Life Birthplace of St. Peter, First Pope of the Christian Church – artnet News

| August 18, 2022

Archaeologists in Israel have discovered an ancient inscription dedicating a church to St. Peterand theres evidence that the place of worship may have been built on the site of the apostles birthplace


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