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Artist Batia Shani with chef Assaf Granit

Gala event celebrates latest exhibit by artist Batia Shani

Shani created thousands of decorated envelopes, combining embroidery, sewing, and painting, and mailed them to addresses all over the world. This was the result

By MICHAL GALANTI
19/04/2021
University of Miami

Incorrect kosher meals served to Jewish Miami U. students on Passover

Miami University's Commons locations (dining halls) were not equipped with the correct kosher meals following a mistake from the food vendor.

There has been a collective sigh of relief as Jewish life returns

In Israel, that sigh is more pronounced – and official.

By MICHA HALPERN
12/04/2021
Dr. Dror Dicker, head of the coronavirus ward at the Rabin Medical Center-Hasharon Campus

COVID-19 ward head chosen to light Independence Day torch

Dr. Dror Dicker was one of the first medical officials in Israel to head a coronavirus ward and made many personal sacrifices during the first stages of the pandemic.

Grapevine April 9, 2021: Readers on the alert

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

Passovers of growing emancipation - opinion

The continuous emancipation of the Jewish nation can be viewed through examining a series of “first” Passovers.

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.

A Jewish man who identified himself as Andrew protests the oppression of China's Uighurs outside the

The next major Jewish action is on behalf of Uighurs

One of the friends Asat made at Harvard, Amy Woolfson, has become a leading campaigner for the Uighurs in her native England, where British Jews have emerged as leading champions for the Uighur cause

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
07/04/2021

Passover celebrated in Muslim, Central African countries - in pictures

What does the Passover holiday look like in Muslim countries and countries with small or non-existent Jewish communities?

MARTIN LUTHER KING Jr. (center) marches in Selma, Alabama, alongside Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel (s

Rabbi Robert Marx, who marched with Martin Luther King, dies at 93

Marx was involved in other interfaith work as well.

By GABE FRIEDMAN/JTA
05/04/2021
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