Yehudah Glick wins Moskowitz Prize

April 5, 2015 15:10


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 Yehudah Glick, the Temple Mount activist who survived being shot by a terrorist outside the Menachem Begin Heritage Center in Jerusalem in October, has been named as one of the winners of the Moskowitz Prize for Zionism.

Glick will share the $100,000 prize, sponsored by Miami-based philanthropists Dr. Irving and Cherna Moskowitz, with journalist and founder of the Land of Israel settlement movement Yisrael Harel and Yoel Zilberman, founder of Hashomer Hachadash, which pro - tects Jewish land in the Galilee and Negev.

The award ceremony is scheduled to take place at the Emek Tzurim national park in Jerusalem on May 19.

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