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The luthier on the hill

By Yoni Peres KIBBUTZ ALONEI HABASHAN, Golan Heights — Driving on the winding road, up the hills of the Golan Height, one cannot ignore the breath taking scenery – Lush green rugged meadows, lakes, creeks and little water falls, and cowboys on horses leading herds of cows. Not far from the Golan “capitol”- Katzrin, I […]

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Tel Aviv readies new natural history museum

By Yoni Peres, DVM TEL AVIV, Israel — At the top of the cliff, just like Noah’s Ark after the flood, overlooking the Tel Aviv skyline, stands a unique building – the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History. Just a few steps away, in an old building at the Tel Aviv University’s Department of Zoology, Professor Tamar Dayan, the […]

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Posted in Jewish History, Middle East, Peres_Yoni, Science, Medicine, Education, The World We Share


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