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There are quite a few, and the number is growing every day. The following are particularly recommended (in alphabetical order):
Golem (http://www.worldzone.net/internet/golemsearch/): "Golem - Jewish Hypersearch is a truly intelligent creature. As a matter of fact it may be the best Jewish search engine available on the internet."
HaReshima (http://www.hareshima.com/): "Your Gateway to Jewish and Israel Internet Sites"
Jewishstar (http://www.jewishstar.com/): "The source for the Internet's Best Jewish and Israel Weblinks"
Maven (http://www.maven.co.il/): "The Portal Directory to the Jewish World"
Nu? The JAFI Portal (http://www.jewishsites.org/): A search service of the Jewish Agency.
Zipple (http://www.zipple.com/): "The Jewish Supersite"
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