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One of the most powerful women in the world, Yellen is the third consecutive Jew to head the Federal Reserve.
By SHARON UDASIN
"One of the biggest challenges facing the Jewish world today is the question of how to keep the flame of Jewish life burning bright."
By NOA AMOUYAL
When she purchased the Hapoel Beersheba soccer club a decade ago she didn’t do it so thousands of fans would shout her name in admiration or to make local sporting history.
By ALLON SINAI
Together with Tony Gelbart, Fass has helped olim actualize what Natan Sharansky has called the “aliya of choice.”
Mnuchin was one of the president’s most “troublesome” cabinet appointees for Democrats, who were concerned with the banker’s role at Goldman Sachs.
By MICHAEL WILNER
#5 on The Jerusalem Post's 50 Most Influential Jews list.
By GIL HOFFMAN
After years as a mostly quiet back-bencher, Hayut emerged in a more aggressive role, using biting sarcasm and cutting off lawyers left and right.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
He is responsible for making bold (and expensive) acquisitions with the purchase of Pixar, Lucas Films and Marvel, a move that has made Disney the one-stop shop for producing major blockbuster films.
The BDS Jewish firebrand triggered anxiety in mainstream American Jewish circles with a 2016 Washington Post opinion article titled “I’m Jewish and I want people to boycott Israel.”
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Israel’s Education Ministry, headed by Naftali Bennett, targeted her novel in response to high school teachers who began including it on their lists of required reading.
By TERRANCE MINTNER
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