12 stories about Judaism
Aran Erel f5 BiblioTech

CTech's Book Review: Maintaining a sense of innovation and creativity over time

17.03.22|Aran Erel
Aran Erel, Country Manager for Israel, Greece and Cyprus at F5, shares insights after reading “Einstein: His Life and Universe” by Walter Isaacson
שנה טובה ראש השנה תפוח ודבש

The algorithm behind the Jewish High Holidays is more transparent than Israel’s Covid-19 fighting tech

18.09.20|Dov Greenbaum
While the heavenly judgment in Jewish faith can be appealed through charity, prayer, and repentance, the process of appealing an order to go into quarantine from Israel’s Shin Bet is far less friendly
טינדר דייטינג היכרויות אפליקציה

Jewish divorce court rules that opening a Tinder account does not constitute infidelity

15.06.20|Lital Dobrovitsky
A divorce proceeding got messy after a man claims his wife cheated on him using the popular social dating app
משתתפי תגלית למצוינים 2019

Birthright pushes on with lucrative Israel internship program despite Covid-19

08.06.20|Ron Friedman
Participants hailing from top universities will complete their placements this summer virtually. Acclaimed behavioral economist Dan Ariely offered them career advice
קולנוע חרדי מתוך לא ליפול 2 כהן וחצי הפקות

The Feminist Utopia of Haredi Cinema

19.01.20|Diana Bahur Nir
Born nearly a century after cinema emerged as a form of entertainment for general audiences, ultra-Orthodox Jewish films are made exclusively by and for women
קווי שבת גוש דן תל אביב ראש עיריית ת"א רון חולדאי

Over 10,000 People Rode Tel Aviv’s Shabbat Shuttle Service This Weekend

24.11.19|Tofi Stoler
The routes were originally meant to run just once every 30 minutes, but just three hours after the service was launched, Tel Aviv announced it was boosting it with additional vehicles
תל אביב קו רקיע חוף

Tel Aviv's Free Shabbat Public Transport Service to Start Friday

19.11.19|Lior Gutman
In collaboration with three neighboring towns, Tel Aviv will operate six routes covering over 300 kilometers
אוטובוסים אוטובוס של דן

Tel Aviv Is Done Waiting for Israel to Approve Public Transportation on Shabbat

07.11.19|Tofi Stoler
A short history of why and how one of the most vibrant metropolises in the Middle East, still shuts down for 25 hours every week
כפרות יום כיפור

5 Unique Traditions You Can Witness in Israel During the Jewish High Holidays

29.09.19|Tofi Stoler
In Israel, the Jewish holiday season sees religious traditions mix with the habits and lifestyles formed through eight decades of cohabitation by the country’s diverse populations
דת יהדות חגים

In Judaism, One Must Work for the Right to Be Forgotten

27.09.19|Dov Greenbaum
With the Jewish High Holidays around the corner, researcher Dov Greenbaum considers the process of Teshuva (repentance) and earning a digital clean slate courtesy of the GDPR
חזיר חזירים

Israeli Rabbi Says Lab-Grown Pork Meat Is Kosher

26.03.18|Amarelle Wenkert
Abstinence from eating pork is a pinnacle of Jewish religious dietary laws, which also prohibit the consumption of meat and dairy together
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For Israelis, Jewish Holy Day Doubles as National Bike Festival

01.10.17|Amarelle Wenkert
On Yom Kippur, all transportation in Israel comes to a halt, and busy roads and highways become bikers’ paradise