B’nai B’rith honors Diaspora affairs journalists

Anshel Pfeffer, Shaul Mayzlish, Avraham Tirosh and Ilan Goren among those to collect awards.

By MARK REBACZ
April 22, 2010 10:40
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The B’nai B’rith World Center announced the winners of its 2010 Award for Journalism Recognizing Excellence in Diaspora Reportage on Wednesday.

Anshel Pfeffer, 36, a Haaretz military correspondent, won in the print media category, given in memory of Wolf and Hilda Matsdorf, for a series of 11 articles he published in a column titled “Jerusalem and Babylon” that appeared in the paper’s English edition.

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Shaul Mayzlish, 59, an independent film producer and director, won the award in the broadcast media category for two films carried by Channel 1 – Embrace Me, which examines the life and times of singer Joe Amar as a mirror on the tangled relationship between North African Jewry and the State of Israel, and Rabbinate in Stormy Days, about first Ashkenazi chief rabbi of Israel, Yitzhak Halevi Herzog.

A lifetime achievement award was conferred to Avraham Tirosh, 73, a journalist for Ma’ariv from 1967 to 2002.

Additionally, a certificate of merit was awarded to Ilan Goren of Channel 10 for his film Lost in India, which presents the return of Bnei Menashe to Judaism and their immigration to Israel; and a certificate of excellence was awarded to Shlomi Goldberg, head of the Jewish Heritage and Culture Department at Channel 1 since 1999.

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