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Israel, youngest and oldest of nations

Israel, youngest and oldest of nations

Lockdowns, enemies, peace, politics? The eternal nation is not afraid of what lies ahead. Ode to Israel by Jorge Luis Borges.Giulio Meotti, Italy, 04/09/2020 15:00
Winner of 2019 Hebrew Poetry Prize announced

Winner of 2019 Hebrew Poetry Prize announced

“Sivan brings the heavens to earth, and the opposite, using everyday language together with cadences from Jewish sources.”Arutz Sheva Staff, 03/11/2019 17:45
Am Segula: Uri Tzvi Greenberg, prophet of catastrophe

Am Segula: Uri Tzvi Greenberg, prophet of catastrophe

Only a person possessing complete love for his people can be sensitive to the fores of hatred before they are mature enough to strike. Greenberg did.Rabbi Yehuda HaKohen, 31/05/2018 14:02
Blood Libel Poet Chosen, Prize Ctee. Member Quits

Blood Libel Poet Chosen, Prize Ctee. Member Quits

Award removed from radical poet amid protest, rape charges - committee decides to return prize, forcing judge who opposed at start to leave.Ari Yashar, 21/12/2014 14:53
PA Leaders Teach Children Anti-Israel Poem

PA Leaders Teach Children Anti-Israel Poem

The Palestinian Authority awarded an Egyptian writer for a poem that includes lines such as, "our enemy, Zion, is Satan with a tail."Kochava Rozenbaum , 07/10/2013 19:44
Prose Poem for Passover

Prose Poem for Passover

, 28/03/2010 00:00
Almond Branch for a Merkaz Boy

Almond Branch for a Merkaz Boy

"Northern enemy nations came to the gates of Jerusalem.." Thus begins a poem by the grandmother of a victim of 2008's Merkaz HaRav massacre.INN Staff, 12/02/2010 12:01