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Bus stories: Building friendships with drivers

Though I had been writing the bus stories for a few years already, they were truly gaining momentum now.

By DAVID JABLINOWITZ
08/04/2021

Solomon Souza follows in the footsteps of his grandfather, F.N. Souza

Following in his footsteps: F.N. Souza would have been proud of the legacy he bequeathed to his grandson, Solomon Souza

By RUTH CORMAN
08/04/2021

Historic Judean archeological discoveries a 'wake-up call'

Judean treasure: IAA director calls historic finds ‘a wake-up call’

By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
08/04/2021

The biblical tale of friendship of five rabbis

True friendship: The rabbinical quintet of Bnei Brak

By MORDECHAI BECK
08/04/2021

A page of poetry by Jerusalem Report readers

This is the latest batch of poems from readers, received ahead of the Passover festival.

Jewish family’s imagined lost correspondence

Letter to my Tatte, a writer's collection of imagined letters between a family members long lost.

By PESSY KRAUSZ
08/04/2021

Holocaust Survivor Day: New initiative to celebrate survivors

JCC Krakow launches appeal to celebrate survivors on a global scale

By PAULA SLIER
08/04/2021

Danish woman’s mission to help Jews suffering under Nazi oppression

The heroic mission of Cecilia Pels to save fellow Jews with aid operation uncovered.

By BENT BLÜDNIKOW
08/04/2021

Elie Wiesel, and the Holocaust in Jewish Literature

The Holocaust as part of the life stories of ‘wise men.’

By DR. JOEL RAPPEL
08/04/2021

Is the 2021 Israel election strike four?

Israel’s latest election yields uncertain results, as Mansour Abbas and Naftali Bennett emerge as potential kingmakers.

By MARK WEISS
08/04/2021

A writer shares his organ transplant experience during the pandemic

Celebrating a creative pandemic year that began with a new used kidney

By ILAN CHAIM
08/04/2021

Israel’s national sport: elections

Having just survived the fourth general election in Israel in two years, the time has come to take another hard look at the electoral system.

By JANE BIRAN
08/04/2021

14-Day news roundup: Who won?

Israeli news highlights from the past two weeks.

08/04/2021

Jerusalem Filmmaker Emanuel Fund discusses the Holocaust

The son of Holocaust survivors from Germany, Rund grew up in Jerusalem in the shadow of the Shoah.

08/04/2021

The story and impact of the American Heritage Haggadah

"The celebration of Passover has changed dramatically in America from pre-Civil War days to the present. What has not changed is the Passover story itself. It continues to move, teach and inspire Jew

By DAVID GEFFEN
25/03/2021

New Passover Haggadah published by US Reform movement

The editors of this artistic and innovative Haggadah also bring us some new commentaries on this central biblical text that they have added to our recitation of the story.

By RON KRONISH
25/03/2021

‘Chutzpah, Wisdom and Wine’ – Jodi Samuels has all three in spades

Chutzpah, Wisdom and Wine is sometimes a little choppy, but overall it’s a significant but fun read.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
25/03/2021

A riveting exploration of human doubts depicted in new book

Even though its author is a professional psychiatrist, this is far from a dry-as-dust scientific textbook.

The Jews of Scotland – integration without assimilation

Whatever the future holds, it seems certain that the Jewish community will remain an integral part of Scottish life and culture.

Take a virtual wine tour of Israel at the Seder

It may not yet be able to physically travel to Israel, but you can take a virtual tour through Israel’s wineries. I suggest a different winery for each of the four cups.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
25/03/2021

Meet Eden Giat: A rising star in Israeli jazz

Debut album 'Crossing the Red Sea' releases April 29.

By GUNDULA MADELEINE TEGTMEYER
25/03/2021

Russian billionaire Viktor Vekselberg on his charity projects - interview

Viktor Vekselberg: "I thought I understood the West"

By ELENA BEREZANSKAYA , NIKOLAY USKOV
25/03/2021

Antisemitism in recent history and today: How has it manifested?

Antisemitism is not a new phenomenon rekindled by the rise of Nazism. It existed throughout modern history and was very prevalent during the Middle Ages.

A Passover poem of Zionism and its long history

(For reading aloud responsively at the Seder)

By MICHAEL ZIMMERMAN
25/03/2021

Rabbi John Levi: A true icon of Australian Jewry

The rabbi is the latest in a series of Jews honored by Canberra.

By VIC ALHADEFF
25/03/2021
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