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Israel Prize winner Prof. Yair Zakovitch: Bible values remain relevant

‘Someone who wants to think needs to know how to read, and the best training for this is reading the Tanach’

By CARMIT SAPIR VITZ
01/04/2021
Yehuda Meshi Zahav, founder of ZAKA

ZAKA head forfeits position following sexual assault allegations

The Lahav 433 police unit also announced Saturday that it will open an investigation into the sexual assault allegations on Meshi-Zahav.

Israel Prize pummeled by literary studies scandal

"Prof. Nitza Ben Dov is a diligent and multifaceted researcher, but she does not stand for the excellence... the award demands," Prof. Yaffa Berlowtiz, one of the judges, said.

Grapevine March 5, 2021: The ability to change

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

ZAKA founder and chairman Yehuda Meshi-Zahav awarded Israel Prize

“In a month full of tears of pain and sorrow after the triple family loss that I have suffered, finally my eyes shed tears of happiness with the joyous news given to me"

By HADASSAH BRENNER
03/03/2021

Nurit Zarchi wins Israel Prize in Literature and Poetry

Zarchi has written more than 100 books in a variety of fields, including poetry, fiction novels and children literature, as well as essays and articles.

Prof. Eli Keshet to receive Israel Prize for his study of blood vessels

Keshet was born in Israel in 1945 and studied biology at the Hebrew University, and did his doctorate between the years 1970 and 1975. He was appointed a professor in 1993.

Actress, director Michal Bat Adam to receive Israel Prize

Bat Adam is best known internationally as an actress to for her lead performance in I Love You, Rosa (1972), directed by her late husband, Moshe Mizrahi, with whom she often collaborated.

University of Haifa prof. wins Israel Prize for Hebrew Literature

The Israel Prize is considered one of the state’s highest honors and is awarded in a ceremony on Independence Day.

Prof. Ariela Lowenstein named as Israel Prize winner for 2021 in the fields of sociology and crimino

Acclaimed U. of Haifa professor named Israel Prize winner in sociology

Prof. Ariela Lowestein has led studies analyzing the connection between the social interactions that elderly come across, and the degrees of their relationships with their families.

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