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Oz came to live in Hulda in his early youth, never abandoned it, and his last wish was to be buried there.
Amos Oz, who died in December, was to celebrate his 80th birthday at the opening event of the festival in May 2019. Instead, a tribute to Oz was held in his memory.
Three and a half months after author Amos Oz passed away, there is still no tombstone on his grave in the cemetery at Kibbutz Hulda.
Speaking at J'lem's Presidential Conference, Quartet envoy stresses Israel is model for the entire Middle East.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Speakers to discuss "Nation, Interests and Ethics in the Journey Toward Tomorrow"; Netanyahu, Livni also set to speak during 3-day conference.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Israel’s intellectual elite has been living off the same tired mantras for decades: the occupation is the source of all evil; religion is for retards; the advent of peace depends on Israel alone. At least some of them at last seem to be waking up to the dangers of idolizing false constructs.
By EMMANUEL NAVON
Teju Cole discusses the direction of social and political discourse in America and what he calls the "hyper-realism" of his new novel.
By AKIN AJAYI
The Culture Ministry has taken up Tmol Shilshom's "Meet the Writer" concept, and this week it's spreading all over the country.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Munther Fahmi's residency was revoked when he left to study in the United States, acquired citizenship; Grossman, Oz fighting his deportation.
Author defends decision to send book to "instigator of 2nd intifada," saying "we make peace with enemies, not friends," to Italian press.
Terra Incognita: The next time someone decides to invite Oz or Oron to speak, they shouldn’t waste time; they should cut to the chase and invite Barghouti himself.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
In acceptance speech, Israeli author says peace will allow Israelis experience something unheard of — "the feeling of a stable existence."
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
Vanessa Redgrave, Cynthia Nixon of "Sex and the City," playwright Tony Kushner among signatories of Jewish Voice for Peace petition.
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