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‘The urge to deny the horrific reality – or alternatively to adapt to it and concentrate on the here and now and cling to a seemingly ordinary life – was characteristic of life in the ghettos’
Beyond the parade and the food, the festive tablescapes and the turkey bingo, is the real meaning of Thanksgiving – thankful for being alive another day to celebrate.
With America and world Jewry still reeling from the Pittsburgh massacre, developments are under way in the Start-up Nation to help prevent or at least mitigate the next shooting spree.
Today’s young women are self-aware and wise.
By YOSEFA WRUBLE
"We are not sitting and waiting for things to happen... we initiate innovative diplomatic efforts to bring about change."
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
After her exciting surprise win, the city’s new female mayor tells us about her plan to rise above religious struggles and create a richer, more varied Beit Shemesh that represents everyone.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
“There is no one (Szyk) more certain to be alive 200 years from now."
By DAVID GEFFEN
The supposedly shocking ending won’t surprise anyone who has followed the series closely.
By HANNAH BROWN
Time for McDonald’s to be scared.
By SHARON FEIEREISEN
November 9 will mark the 80th anniversary of ‘Kristallnacht.’ A recent conference shines the spotlight on works in limbo due to Nazi thievery
By BARRY DAVIS
LeumiTech CEO Yifat Oron explains how the bank is boosting Israel’s hi-tech success.
By YUVAL PACE
Genesis Prize Foundation awards Women’s Empowerment and Gender Equality grants to 37 Israeli NGOs.
How Israeli shoe company Teva Naot went from a sandal-making, kibbutz-based business to a global success story.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
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