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After Barring 127 Orthodox Jews from Flight, Lufthansa Moves to Combat Anti-Semitism

  After Barring 127 Orthodox Jews from Flight, Lufthansa Moves to Combat Anti-Semitism Germany’s flagship airline will also adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of...

American Airlines Earns $476 Million on Record Revenue in 2Q

By: David Koenig American Airlines earned $476 million in the second quarter on record revenue from summer travelers and said Thursday that it expects to...

Discover the Jewish Past of Morocco’s Berber Villages

By: Meyer Harroch I have always been drawn to and interested in the Jewish history and culture of Morocco.  I began to uncover some fantastic...

Turning an Arid Desert Into an Unexpected Breadbasket

How did the Arava, a punishingly hot and arid desert, become one of Israel’s breadbaskets? It’s a story of determination and thinking outside the...

10 Sights You Don’t Want to Miss in the Golan Heights

Waterfalls, archeology, art, fruit-picking, wine and chocolate: Come explore the beautiful northeast corner of Israel. By: Diana Blatter The Golan Heights ascends from the Sea of...

A Hat Trick of Monumental Architectural Designs in Jerusalem

A top Israeli architect is renewing one of the city’s most ancient sites. By: Simone Masha Pristine white trousers and a crisply ironed linen shirt may...

6 Everyday Places to Catch a Pocono Summer Sunset

By:  Emily Whalen Beautiful, scenic and majestic: all words associated with the Pocono Mountains. Our region boasts awe-inspiring views across 2,400 square miles of grand...

Best Hotels at the Sea of Galilee

The Sea of Galilee – aka Lake Kinneret – is one of the most popular vacation spots in Israel. We suggest 14 great places...

After two pandemic years, a summer travel bounce — and chaos

(AP) — At a tourism conference in Phuket last month, Thailand’s prime minister looked out at attendees and posed a question with a predictable...

All Eyes On Airlines As July Fourth Holiday Weekend Nears

(AP) — Airlines that have stumbled badly over the last two holidays face their biggest test yet of whether they can handle big crowds...

Kashrut agency sues JetBlue over falsely claiming snack is kosher

By Batya Jerenberg, World Israel News A prominent American kashrut agency filed a lawsuit on Thursday accusing JetBlue Airways of falsely stating that one of...

 Guide to the Hottest Hamptons July 4th 2022 Parties

By Lieba Nesis Much has been made of the cooling off of the Hamptons vacation market-but all indications point to a busier than ever weekend...

Airport Chaos: European Travel Runs into Pandemic Cutbacks

By: Kelvin Chan & Mike Corder The airport lines are long, and lost luggage is piling up. It’s going to be a chaotic summer for...

Along the Cliffs of Martha’s Vineyard, a New Jewish Lighthouse Beckons

Chabad-Lubavitch center opens in Massachusetts coastal hideaway By: Kayla Rosen & Mendel Super Martha’s Vineyard is, without a doubt, beautiful. There are majestic cliffs, white beaches...

In Bangkok, a New $7 Million Home Away From Home for Jewish Travelers

The full-fledged Chabad center will give tourists a place to pray, learn and celebrate By: Mendel Super Amid the hustle of Bangkok’s tourist district, with the...

Fin-tastic! Growing ‘mermaiding’ subculture makes a splash

SYDNEY (AP) — There was a pivotal moment in Queen Pangke Tabora’s life that eclipsed all others: It was the moment, she says, when...

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