The Israeli consulate is Philadelphia may or may not be marked for closure, but local officials including Mayor Nutter are pulling out all the stops to make sure it doesn’t.
This is no Paula Deen cruise; the $6,750 ten-day culinary adventure in the Holy Land with Chef Michael Solomonov includes a night in a Bedouin tent, a float in the Dead Sea, and plenty of Israeli food and drinks for all.
“The Iran and Syrian crises are linked with Iran trying to bolster the regime in Syria. In the meantime the U.S. and Israel are watching who has control of the weapons in Syria,” says Elad Strohmater, deputy consul general for Israel.
Thomas Jefferson University and Hospitals received the Yitzhak Rabin Public Service Award from the Philadelphia-Israel Chamber of Commerce for their accomplishments in clinical care, research and education.
A new history of Israel has made waves from the get-go because it doesn’t go all the way back.
Chris analyzes how he thinks Republicans need to adjust their presence inside of popular culture to win future elections and Marco Rubio’s answer to a question on the age of the earth. He talks to CBS Military Analyst Mike Lyons about the tensions in the Middle East, Tom McGrath from the Philly Post, Actor Charles Grodin and hosts the Piazza Pet of the Week.
Chris discusses all the efforts to save Hostess and Twinkies, the free stuff people are able to find to make it though tough times and the uproar caused by Wal-mart and Target opening on Thanksgiving night. He also talks to Comedian Dom Irrera in advance of his shows at Helium Comedy Club this week.
The fighting at the Israeli-Gaza border doesn’t seemed to have discouraged Philadelphia area travelers who have been planning visits to the region.
The current violent conflict between Israel and Hamas was on the minds of fans attending an Israeli JazzPhest brunch concert at World Cafe Live in West Philadelphia on Sunday.
It’s amazing how in less than two weeks events can change the direction of a nation and an administration.
This drama from French director Lorraine Levy takes a nature-versus-nurture premise made familiar down through the years -– babies accidentally switched at birth -– and uses it to highlight the thorny, eternal, and overwhelming Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Romney won this debate in more ways than one – most impressively due to his dignified style.
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Romney’s ideas – if presented fresh and enthusiastically hopeful for America’s future – can be the final bump he needs to win this election.
It is unprecedented for a presidential candidate to have as many conflicts when it comes to foreign business ties as Mitt Romney.
Shlomo Molla (at left in photo) was born in an impoverished Jewish village in Ethiopia.