Thursday, January 29, 2015 Shevat 9, 5775

The Jewish state's experiencing a wine revolution
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Martin Davidson, JE Feature
This last year has been a significant one for Israeli and kosher wines. After years of concerted efforts to change the perception of critics and consumers, the breakthrough finally came in December of 2007, when Robert Parker's Wine Advocate heaped praise on Israeli wines, including kosher varietals, awarding 14 wines with a huge "90" (rated outstanding) score. The Wine Spectator...
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Former Beatles star Paul McCartney visits the Nativity Church in Bethlehem on Sept. 24. McCartney performed in a concert in Tel Aviv last week despite threats from Islamist terrorists.
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Taking time out from his political and criminal investigation problems, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert visited a Nazareth school on the first day of classes in Israel last week. Photo by Tomer Neuberg/BPH Images
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By:
Rivka Tal
If you have nothing to talk about one day, ask your local culinary experts what halvah is and where it originated. You might be surprised at the answers. The Larousse Gastronomique, for example, states that "halvah or halva" is "an Eastern sweetmeat based on roasted sesame seeds, which are ground into a smooth paste (tahini), then mixed with boiled sugar."...
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Between 1980 and 2003, suicide attacks accounted for only 3 percent of terrorists acts worldwide, but they resulted in 48 percent of the casualties -- a grim statistic that, at least in part, explains why so many more terrorist groups have adopted the tactic, noted Michael Horowitz, a recent addition to the political-science faculty at the University of Pennsylvania. "You...
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