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Raising awareness for the widows of Israel

It’s time to be aware of widows and galvanize the unique support that they need.

By SHARON ALTSHUL
19/05/2022

PICO Kids in Jerusalem: Making change to Dubai, the moon and back

In the framework of its Ambassadors program, PICO Kids sent 16 kids on an inaugural trip to Dubai, the UAE, in December.

By TOBY KLEIN GREENWALD
19/05/2022

How does John Lennon figure in a Jewish revival campaign?

The Ray of Hope is an ambitious undertaking, but has attracted the attention of Israeli MKs from across the political spectrum, as well as prominent Jews in the Diaspora.

By DAVID HERMAN
19/05/2022

Ronald Cristal: The Jewish money man of Siam

A Brooklyn-born lawyer’s passion for coin collecting has made him the world’s leading expert on exotic currencies in premodern Thailand.

By Tibor Krausz/Bangkok
19/05/2022

Israel's COVID-19 vaccine BriLife is dead

The American firm tasked with bringing the shot to market has abandoned it.

The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and the Novogrudok Tunnel Escape

I first became aware of the connection between the uprising and the Novogrudok tunnel escape during a memorial meeting of Novogrudok survivors and their descendants several years ago in Tel Aviv.

By BETTY BRODSKY COHEN
19/05/2022

Antisemitism in Russia, the US: Fury, fear and hope

The old “Blame-the-Jew” Russian and European syndrome may be paralleled in the US as national dissonance grows in both. And I am afraid.

Veteran Arab-Israeli journalist: ‘Time to stop being the poor minority’

“Its source is a sober view of the tremendous potential inherent in the important role of Arab citizens as a national minority in the State of Israel.”

By DANIEL BEN-TAL
19/05/2022

Frances Raday: Paving the way for Israel women's fight for equality

In Israel, where buying an ice cream has political implications, gender issues can make women’s hair rise, whether it’s covered with a wig, scarf, hijab or blowing in the breeze.

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