Born and raised in Turin, Italy, Simone Somekh has lived in Italy, Israel and the United States. He is currently pursuing an M.A. in Journalism and European & Mediterranean Studies at New York University. He is the author of the novel Grandangolo, released in Italian in 2017.
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New Exhibit Showcases Treasures of Islamic Medieval Art and Science

Brought to New York by the National Library of Israel, the show celebrates both romance and reason

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You Are Invited Into Idan Raichel’s Living Room

Today on Jewcy: Raichel discusses fatherhood, going solo, and fighting BDS with tea.

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Copenhagen’s 184-Year-Old Great Synagogue Set to Reopen This Summer

After years of fundraising and renovations, the iconic shul is back in business

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Norwegian Lawmaker: Give BDS the Nobel Peace Prize

And Israeli lawmakers protest

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With ‘Revival,’ Hope Through Music

Today on Jewcy: A new progressive folk group with Jewish roots

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French Reality TV Star: ‘The Real Terrorists Are Our Government’

After wowing the nation in the local edition of ‘The Voice,’ Mennel Ibtissem sets off controversy by posting conspiracy theories on social media

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Big Bartender Is Watching: Anheuser-Busch Buys Israeli Start-Up That Keeps Tabs on Your Beer Drinking

The Internet of Things is truly where everybody knows your name

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Italian Holocaust Survivor Receives Nation’s Top Honor

Liliana Segre was deported to Auschwitz from her native Milan when she was 13

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