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March 14, 2021 by Michael Kuttner
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Spring is in the air which means that Pesach (Passover) is not far away.

Our supermarkets are already stocked with every variety of food you can ever want for the Festival and the choices of matzot are amazing.

With lockdown restrictions lifted and five million citizens already vaccinated Israelis are flocking back to the malls and restaurants trying to make up for lost time.



Most people know that Israel is a volunteering nation with individuals helping and assisting in almost every field of endeavour in the country.

When married couples both decide to volunteer it can be tricky to balance family life with the urgent demands of a particular job.

Learn how four such couples of different ethnicity manage to do so successfully.



Autonomous tractors working on Israeli farms without drivers?

Watch the latest Israeli innovation being tested and heralding a potential revolution in agriculture down on the farm.




An Arab-Israeli teen from Nazareth has built a fully functional satellite that will be launched into space.

Israeli youth are launching the country to an even brighter future – literally.

Mariam Fahoum and her classmates in Nazareth were selected to be part of a revolution of youth sending their “fingerprints” to space. The teens worked for three intense years to build a satellite that will soon be launched.

Watch and listen to Mariam describing the challenges involved in building the satellite and her excitement when the project was completed.




This religious site which is part of the Temple Mount complex attracts locals and visitors from all over the world.

Here is a discovery which you may find interesting.

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