Posts Tagged ‘Haaretz’

shadow of a boy in a hat running on the Western Wall in Jerusalem

Essay: Pre-Nuptial Murders Recalled

Implications of Palestinian terrorist attack 15 years ago still resonate It was to be the kind of precious moment a father craves with a daughter about to be married: a respite together, however fleeting, the night before the big day. Dr. David Appelbaum, a U.S.-bred Israeli innovator in emergency medicine, and his daughter, Nava, relaxed…

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At a Mosaic United-funded Knead To Know cooking program: Joelle Abramowitz of Ann Arbor, Reva Berman of Farmington Hills and U-M students Kevin Lieberman of Potomac, Md., and Genna Miller of Langhorne, Pa.

Mosaic United

Israeli initiative with Michigan connections promotes education and engagement for young Jews worldwide. For decades, Israel has relied on generous contributions from Jewish organizations and philanthropists in the diaspora to assist its educational programs, social services and economic development. But the roles have been reversed through Mosaic United, a program established by Israel’s Ministry of…

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Jerusalem, Israel

A ‘Gut Punch’

In the name and the spirit of the Prince of Peace, Jesus our Lord.” Thus did Robert Jeffress, the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Dallas, end his opening prayer at the dedication of the new U.S. embassy in Jerusalem. Did Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu and Jews in the audience respond with “Amen?” Oh,…

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