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The week in readers' pictures (March 13)

Jerusalem Post readers send us their snaps and shots from the week.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
15/03/2020
Birthday blues
Birthday blues

"If he says 'Good morning' and then 'Happy birthday,' he has no heart. If he says 'Happy birthday' before 'Good morning,' he’s an idiot."

By HADASSAH CHEN
12/03/2020
WHISTLEBLOWER: MY JOURNEY TO SILICON VALLEY AND FIGHT FOR JUSTICE AT UBER By Susan Fowler Viking 272
Fighting sexual harassment at work

In ‘Whistleblower,’ Susan Fowler reveals the toll of speaking out against Uber.

By AMY KAUFMAN / LOS ANGELES TIMES (TNS)
12/03/2020
A model poses with a camera
The week in readers' pictures

Jerusalem Post readers send us their snaps and shots from the week.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
08/03/2020
C.B. DAVIES with friends from the Shed
Satellite shed - dramatically impacting young lives

“This program is meaningful because it enables youths to develop their own creative voices and enhance skills such as: communication, active listening, teamwork, acceptance and open-mindedness."

By YAKIR FELDMAN
05/03/2020
KUDOS TO Mayor Moshe Lion for enabling Nahlaot’s legendary Purim street party to go on.
Round-up of city affairs

The newest information on Jerusalem affairs.

05/03/2020
A PANORAMIC view of east Jerusalem.
New trends in East Jerusalem

About a year and a half has passed, and trends on the ground among the Arab residents of east Jerusalem are dramatically changing, in various aspects

05/03/2020
KEHILLAT KOL HANESHAMA celebrates Purim
Purim 2020: Exciting events around Jerusalem

Communities throughout Jerusalem will be holding special Purim activities. Here are a selection of programs for the whole family

Haredi residents of Jerusalem’s Geula neighborhood
Grounds for optimism about the ultra-Orthodox

“Today, many members of Haredi society understand that their responsibility extends beyond the boundaries of their own communities,” says Rabbi Yehoshua Pfeffer.

By RABBI ITZCHAK ADLERSTEIN
28/02/2020
The Messiah Chronicles:  Book 1 Have you seen the signs? Rivka Sarah Horowitz 210 pages; $19.99
If the Messiah came today, would people really believe it?

The book explores questions of how anyone in the world today or in the future will be able to prove to the world that they are actually the Messiah.

By RIKKI ROSE
28/02/2020
Yaakov Gelfand
A song for Adar: Hallelujah

הַלְלוּיָה

By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
28/02/2020
Dorice Horenstein, Israeli-born educator and author
The four relationships everyone should live through- Moments of the heart

Drawing upon more than three decades as a Jewish educator and leader, Moments of the Heart evolved from a series of weekly Facebook video messages to an inspiring book.

By ERIC EDWARD BROWN
25/02/2020
A Tale of Love and Destiny Barry Shaw  Createspace Independent, 2018 342 pages; $12.99
A tale of love and destiny- Sarah Aaronsohn's tale

Sarah’s short life, far from perfect, is passionate and purposeful yet vulnerable and flawed.

By KAY WILSON
25/02/2020
The Holocaust Lover Matt Nesvisky Published independently 2018 397 pages; $12
The Holocuast Lover-a historical novel in two volumes

This historical novel by Matt Nesvisky, a former writer for both The Jerusalem Post and The Jerusalem Report, takes the reader on an emotional ride from the revolt at Sobibor to present day

By ILAN CHAIM
25/02/2020
Bernard Josephs worked for The Jerusalem Post in the 1980s
An appreciation- Journalist Bernard Josephs:

An appreciation of an old-school journalist, who's death left a void in British and Jewish journalism.

Prof. Roberta Rosenthal Kwall is a law professor at DePaul University in Chicago and also teaches at
Remix Judaism - strengthening connections to teachings of Jewish tradition

A new book teaches how to strengthen the connection to the practices of the Jewish tradition in a way that comports with the sensibilities of Jews who are not, and likely never will be, observant.

By SHLOMO MAITAL
25/02/2020
Students take a breather from practice, relaxing on the stairs
How music changed my life

Lena is justifiably proud of her students who go on to illustrious careers, but she also thrills to the music produced by the children with special needs.

By SIMONE COHEN SCOTT
27/02/2020
Café Ariel in Krakow with a menu advertising non-kosher Jewish dishes and a Klezmer concert
Why I have no regrets about visiting Poland

“Now that we’re that close to Europe, it makes sense to go there,” she told me. At first I was very uncomfortable with the idea.

By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
25/02/2020
Meirav Marziano, a house mother at the SOS Nedarim children’s village in Arad, prepares lunch for th
SOS Children’s Villages - The NGO providing hope to at-risk youth

Today, SOS Children’s Villages Israel has crossed an exciting, but challenging, threshold. As one of the stronger branches of the international organization, it was determined that by 2020 it would become financially self-sufficient, as a result of a process that began in 2015.

By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
25/02/2020
An image of Pluto captured by the New Horizons spacecraft in 2015
The next stage of space exploration- Pluto

“Finding Earth-size planets gets us asking that question that we’ve all asked, ‘if there are other planets like ours out there, is there life there?’”

Legendary photographer David Rubinger with his iconic camera
Remembering David Rubinger- witness to an Era

One side of David not revealed in the biography was the Jekyll and Hyde transformation that took place once he got behind the wheel of his car. God help anyone who got in his way when he was driving.

By RUTH CORMAN
25/02/2020
President Reuven Rivlin pets a koala bear at the Taronga Zoo wildlife hospital in Sydney on February
Rivlin greatest test will be in the aftermath of the elections

Israel’s 23rd general election is set to challenge the president in a way none of his nine predecessors was ever challenged

Letters
Letters to the Editor February 28, 2020:

Readers of The Jerusalem Report have their say.

A team of archaeologists, led by Prof. Yosef Garfinkel of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Insti
14 Days: CANAANITE TEMPLE

A roundup of the last two weeks.

25/02/2020
Boris Yeltsin gestures as he addresses a crowd in Moscow on March 28, 1993. Yeltsin died in 2007 at
The virtues of an honest leader

“You can build a throne with bayonets, but you can’t sit on it for long” – Boris Yeltsin

By MARVIN RAPP
25/02/2020
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