The Dry Bones cartoonist, who has been called a “national treasure of the Jewish people,” has received many awards, such as the Nefesh B’Nefesh Bonei Zion Award and The Golden Pencil Award.
It brings me great pleasure to introduce this issue on the 90th anniversary of The Jerusalem Post’s founding.
I will be forever grateful to the Post. It has provided me with a livelihood from the moment I made aliyah (though it would have been extra special had it paid hi-tech salaries).
I wrote the following story in March 17, 2005. After it ran in the Post, I learned that hundreds of additional hungry families had received Shabbat food as a result.
The names of the journalists who helped make the paper, and helped form me, are too numerous to mention here, but they have a place in my heart, as well as the archives.
This year, in a departure from the norm, none of the members of the Rabin family were among the speakers, although many of them were present.
He was, I believe, the only person over the past 100 years of Jewish history equally qualified to serve as chief rabbi of Britain and as director-general of Israel’s Prime Minister’s Office.
The impact of 9/11 on Israel’s positioning is mixed; it heightened the level of anxiety associated with the Middle East, and Israel coupled with it.
The festival’s main event will be held at Tiyul Garden, the first ornamental garden in the modern Land of Israel, which is situated in the heart of the city
In introducing Herzl to the next generation, I learned some defining lessons from the 1897 Zionist Congress. These insights should shape the debate we need today.