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Listening to Gila Almagor reel off some of the projects she has up and running right now, it is hard to believe it was ever any different for the 71-year-old "Queen of Israeli Cinema."
He is 62 and the agility may be gone, but the fluid, poetic, very masculine grace that made him one of the world’s greatest dancers is intact.
The "sages" profiled for this book often shun the spotlight, preferring instead to make real change.
The sun shone on the Trust WIN (Women’s Interfaith Network) gathering of Christians, Druse, Jews and Muslims.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Accomplished professor of international law and recipient of Israel Prize for jurisprudence to be laid to rest in Jerusalem.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Request two days to reach a compromise in Emmanuel, lament religious tension.
Signatories include 2010 Israel Prize winners Avishai Margalit and Yehoshua Kolodny, past winners Jad Neeman, Yehoshua Sobol and more.
By DAN IZENBERG
At the ceremony celebrating Israel's 71st Independence Day, the education minister said goodbye to his official duties. "I did as best as I could for the people of Israel," he said.
By OFER LIVNAT/MAARIV
In 1950, more than a million Israelis celebrated the nation’s second birthday.
By DAVID GEFFEN
A Professor of sociology and anthropology, Bernstein devoted her career to the roles women take in Israeli life and Arab-Israeli relations.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Chaim and Miri Ehrental are founders of Zichron Menachem an organization that provides support for young people living in Israel with cancer without parents or siblings.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
There are many Jews and non-Jews who make bequests to the State of Israel or leave part or all of their estates to the State of Israel.
“Miriam Peretz has devoted her life to education and imparting the Jewish and Zionist heritage while conducting lectures to youth and soldiers."
By CASSANDRA GOMES-HOCHBERG
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