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Eastern Europe’s lost yearsIn the immediate aftermath of World War II, the myriad of challenges dealt with by occupying forces in Poland included the flow of Jewish refugees...read more...
Le grand malaise des Juifs de France“Les Juifs de France sont-ils en danger?” titrait à la une le magazine français Marianne dans son édition du 25...read more...
Author discusses use of pot in Jewish traditionAfter graduating from a modern Orthodox high school in New York, author Yoseph Needelman, now 30, moved to Jerusalem to explore the use of marijuana...read more...
Antonio Muñoz Molina primé à JérusalemUne figure marquante de la littérature hispanique, le grand écrivain espagnol Antonio Muñoz Molina, est le lauréat du...read more...
Thorough telling of Rushdie’s years in hidingLondon-based writer Salman Rushdie was happy to sell his novel The Satanic Verses to Viking Penguin in February 1988. But six months after the novel...read more...
Novel draws on Swiss bank account controversyThe battle led by World Jewish Congress (WJC) in the 1990s to retrieve unclaimed deposits in Swiss banks made by those fearing Nazi persecution is...read more...
Author treats obesity with light-hearted sensitivityEdie Middlestein is grossly overweight, diabetic and about to have her second stent surgery. She is also in danger of needing a bypass surgery. If...read more...
Une Histoire commune d’Israël et de la PalestineDeux peuples, deux récits. En temps de Guerre, les nations ra­content l’Histoire d’un seul point de vue -le leur-, le seul...read more...
Einstein’s ambivalent relationship with ZionismThe renowned scientist Albert Einstein had an ambivalent relationship with Zionism, a topic Ze’ev Rosenkranz expertly explores in Einstein...read more...
Le Rabbin Ronen Abitbol publie ‘Le Cri du Cerf’Le Rabbin Ronen Abitbol, leader spirituel de la Congrégation Hékhal Shalom de Ville Saint-Laurent, a lancé dernièrement...read more...

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