Natan Sharansky's memoir explores his struggles within the USSR, and during his Israeli political career.
Remember the big picture, keep a sense of humor, and use your time well, the former Prisoner of Zion advises.
Upon the 78th anniversary of Babi Yar: It was a poet’s pen rather than a soldier’s bayonet that first punctured the Iron Curtain.
Sharansky said that her “about-face” was “regrettable.”
'It’s not so easy to rebuild the trust that was destroyed.'
As Natan Sharansky leaves his post after nine years as head of the Agency, Netanyahu and American Jewish leaders support rival candidates to replace him.
The Abayudaya community in Uganda currently comprises of some 2,000 people, which began adopting Jewish religious practices at the beginning of the 20th century.