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33, Yuval Azulai Industrialist Dov Lautman died on Saturday morning at the age of 77 at a hospital in central Israel. He served as president of the Manufacturers Association of Israel and was awarded the Israel Prize for his life's work.
Footnote is a 2011 Israeli drama film written and directed by Joseph Cedar, starring Shlomo Bar'aba and Lior Ashkenazi. It tells the story of father and son, both Professors studying and teaching Talmud and Judaism, and their complicated relationship.
David Kazhdan remains in serious condition'; "We're looking to see why he didn't turn himself in," says Police spokesman. Israel police car Photo: Ariel Jerozolimski The man driving the truck that allegedly struck internationally recognized
The program is an initiative of the DC-based Israel Institute, which works in partnership with leading academic, research and cultural institutions to strengthen knowledge of modern Israel in US and world universities. It aims at fostering
Atta Awisat Justice Minister Livni appoints Israel Prize recipient to formulate constitutional provision...Gavison: 'Proposal will stand public debate' Noam (Dabul) Dvir Livni's address to Prof. Gavison read: "I believe that the time has arrived to
Israeli children, Israel Prize winner Devorah Omer, who wiped the dust from the history of the state and transformed it into close to 90 exciting children's stories, was laid to rest on Sunday in the moshav cemetery in her home town of Kfar Maas. In
Shekel mock up from Naftali Benntt's Facebook page, April 28, 2013 Photo: Courtesy Facebook After the uproar over the lack of Sephardi Jews on the country's newly redesigned banknotes on Sunday, Israeli Arabs showed support for Meretz MK Esawi Frej,
Reuters On Holocaust Remembrance Day ultra-Orthodox Jews were accused of celebrating by holding a barbecue in a public park. The original article by Danny Adino-Ababa appeared in the mass-circulation daily Yediot Aharonot titled Haredim hold barbecue
Special to The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Feb. 18 2013, 10:11 PM EST Last updated Monday, Feb. 18 2013, 10:13 PM EST Rabbi David Hartman was a world-renowned U.S.-born philosopher who promoted both Jewish pluralism and interfaith dialogue and
The announcement of the award came a few days after observances to mark 30 days since Nachman's death from cancer.