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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, July 20, 2017

Special Features

The largest international bicycle exhibition ever seen in Israel, the 2 x 200 – Bicycle Exhibition, is now on display at the Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem. Featuring rare bicycle wheel models including historical collections from Canada, Holland, the United States, and Israel, the interactive exhibition marks 200 years to the invention of the first bicycle.

One of the most significant contributions to the exhibition was made by Gertjan Moed, the founder of Europe’s oldest and largest bicycle museum, the Velorama National Bicycle Museum in Holland. The 64-year-old antique bicycle collector was on hand in Jerusalem to provide his expertise to the curators and guides on the history of bicycles in preparation for the opening of

More than 50,000 people from around the world waited patiently on the line last week to visit the Ohel in Queens, N.Y., the resting place of the Lubavitcher Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory—in honor of the 23d anniversary of his passing on the third day of the Jewish month of Tammuz (Gimmel Tammuz),

Throughout the year, hundreds of thousands of people gather at the Rebbe’s Ohel. They come at all times of the day and night from throughout the world, and represent

The government shelved plans Sunday to create a defined space for non-Orthodox prayers at the Western Wall. The cabinet also said it would support legislation to enshrine a monopoly over conversion with the ultra-Orthodox controlled Chief Rabbinate. Both moves were intended to quiet opposition from haredi parties in the government who strenuously opposed both moves.

Only Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman and Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz voted against the measure.

The decision is a stinging

Thoughts on the first anniversary of the passing of Elie Wiesel

The Present Tense

In our Jewish tradition, the first yahrzeit, the memorable date of passing, of Elie Wiesel was on Sivan 26th which this year was on June 20th. In the secular calendar, the first anniversary of the great writer’s passing fell on July 2, 2017.

My husband Michael was surprised when I mentioned to him that it is the first yahrzeit of Elie. “How come? Already? So quickly? It feels that it had

Israel will find itself fighting on two fronts at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Committee annual assembly in Poland next week after Jordan put forward a motion to keep the Old City of Jerusalem on its list of endangered sites. Another motion will seek to have the Old City of Hebron – including the Tomb of the Patriarchs – added to the list and registered under the “State of Palestine.”

The wording of the resolution on Jerusalem has