Over the last three centuries, the Swiss Confederation, with its spectacular alpine beauty and prosperous economy, has attracted aspiring immigrants including many Jews.
The 2,000-year-old facility was revealed during a salvage excavation by the Israel Antiquities Authority.
With its location on the main square, A. J. Ticho was a busy place. In addition to textiles, the store featured sewing supplies, ribbons, trim and needles and thread, of course.
Historically, Jews have had an ambiguous relationship with the police.
The theft was originally reported last summer but the stolen items were only found 10 days ago.
Reading the text requires the courage to confront oneself. It means standing in front of a mirror and asking oneself the daunting question of who we really are.
How Rabbi Eliahu Klein integrated Franklin’s autobiography and ‘Musar’ practice into a California rehabilitation program
The uniqueness of Israeliana seems to be that it is the collection of material items produced by a society that may not have been wealthy, but had a powerful sense of ideology.
What was the secret of the Portuguese conversos? How did they manage to salvage shreds of identity that could have easily been lost?
As governments around the world set about easing restrictions and life begins to gradually, it is evident that the coronavirus has changed every one of us, creating a new reality.