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Rabbi Yosef’s political revolution, unlike his religious relevance, has reached its end – not because he has died but because it has exhausted itself.
In which our heroes prepare for Yom Kippur, with a special set of outfits!
On the day members of the public are asked to perform a good deed, the president chooses to work with Shalva.
Shalva Band was created over 10 years ago, and has since won the hearts of the hundreds of thousands of audience members for whom it has performed.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The Shalva band has become an international icon for inclusion and a real example of the amazing things that can happen when you empower people's abilities and believe in their potential.
Shalva forges partnership with Russian Jewish Congress.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
“It is the most advanced center for children with special needs in the world,” said Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat.
By STEVE LINDE
Every week dostories365 in collaboration with The Jerusalem Post will bring you slices of Israeli life. This week - we follow Israelis with disabilities taking part in an emotional music tour abroad.
For the coming seven days, we move out of the secure confines of the walls of our homes into our succa, a thatched hut.
By RABBI KALMAN SAMUELS
A mother shares her odyssey to discovering the miracle of her disabled twins – and she also has some advice for how parents and those surrounding them can communicate without awkwardness.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
TV show takes its stars to Shalva to meet challenged children; show front-runner says he feels "honored" to meet children.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
Efrat Dotan – a woman in her late 20s born to modern Orthodox parents in Jerusalem – is a inspiring example of the power of the human spirit.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
1,000 runners from abroad to take part; mayor shows race route from platform 50 meters in the air.
By MELANIE LIDMAN
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