Making the world a better place

EMET Prize honors nine outstanding individuals in their annual ceremony.

November 22, 2018 18:10
4 minute read.
Making the world a better place

EMET PRIZE winners pose with the award committee as they receive their prizes on stage.. (photo credit: KOBI KALMANOVITZ AND DUDI SALEM)


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When David D’Or took the stage and began his soaring rendition of Arik Einstein’s “Ani Ve’ata” (“You and I”), his words described not only the iconic late singer’s vision for the future of Israel, but also the esteemed individuals sitting behind him.

Those nine individuals were honored last week at the Jerusalem Theater for not only being the best in their respective fields, but for also – like the song says – aiming to change the world for the better.


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