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The Jerusalem Post
By Lauren Izso

Ever wondered what Israel's Facebook profile would look like if it had one?

Every person who dabbles in social media is aware of a recent Facebook campaign, inspired by the website's 10 year anniversary. The company has been producing personalized videos called, "A Look...

Digital Journal

Jerusalem U launches its Step Up For Israel education campaign in New York with two out-of-the-box events presented by popular Israel educator Ze'ev Ben Shachar. The events - "Stand-up" (comedy) for Israel - use humor to present ways to support Israel.

Jerusalem U’s Step Up For Israel New York campaign kicks off in...

Israel National News
by Rachel Hirshfeld

A new documentary, hosted by former Harvard lecturer Dr. Tal Ben Shahar, examines the accomplishments, fortitude of modern state of Israel.


Jewish Virtual Library
by Zach Scheinerman

Many people have pondered how Israel, a tiny besieged population with little in the way of natural resources or room to maneuver, has built a successful economy, distinctive culture, and powerful military in 64 short years of independence.

What is the secret to...

Israel Hayom

Curmudgeons beware: International happiness expert claims Israel is an especially happy place because of its focus on relationships • Tal Ben-Shahar is the narrator of a feel-good documentary about Israel to air in U.S. on Israel's Independence Day.

You can accuse Tal Ben-Shahar of...

J Weekly
by Dan Pine

At her upcoming workshops, co-leader Jessica Felber will stand before Jewish high school students, work herself up into a minor rage and harp about the Zionist entity being an apartheid state.

Not that she believes it.

The longtime pro-Israel advocate simply will be offering the...

The Algemeiner

Rabbi Raphael Shore, the producer of Israel Inside: How A Small Nation Makes a Big Difference, denies that his film ignores Israel’s conflicts or encourages viewers to do so.

The media does a good enough job of detailing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, secular and religious Jewish divisions, and...

Washington Jewish Post
by Meredith Jacobs

A bold headline proclaims that young Jews are more likely than their parents’ generation to go to Jewish day schools and camps and yet are less connected to Israel and Judaism, but is that really the case?

In a poll of 1,874 Jews conducted on behalf of Jerusalem U by...

The Jewish Week
by Stewart Ain

Parents today are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to send their children to Jewish day schools and Jewish summer camps but their offspring tend to be less connected to Israel than they are.

That is the results of a new poll that found that 45 percent of those ages 18-...

Jewish Times
by Maayan Jaffe

New Jerusalem U initiative to fund young-adult innovation, co-chaired by Mayim Bialik

They are calling it “cutting-edge.” They are looking for innovation. They are hoping to find young people who have talent, passion and a desire to make a difference in the Jewish world.