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Tuesday, 29 April 2014 00:00

Life Lessons from Paris

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By Daniella Hellerstein paris2“Wear a hat over your kippah and make sure your tzizit are tucked in. It’s best if you’re not identifiable as a Jew.” These words could have been said during almost any era in Jewish history but in fact they were spoken…
Friday, 07 February 2014 00:00

Losing One of Our Own

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Making aliya in my twenties has cushioned me from fully understanding the feeling of Yom Hazikaron and from understanding what it means to serve in the army. As my age group is getting older it also means that our sons and daughters have begun to…
Sunday, 15 September 2013 00:00

Caution: Children at Play

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Post by Daniella Hellerstein If I were a different kind of person I would start a column called “What were they thinking?” Since I am not a complainer in general, and certainly not on these pages, I will refrain from commenting on the some of…
prepared Guest Blog By Shaul Grantz Welcome to the new reality. During the last major conflict in Israel (Yes it was only a year ago), rockets landed outside of Rishon LeTzion and in the Tel Aviv area; so if you compare the distance between Modi'in…
Thursday, 01 August 2013 00:00

Moved by a Dream: 12 Year Later

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I was insistent. No good bye parties. It was not that I didn’t want to go, but there was too much at stake to put me in a partying mood. This was a big move. The year was 2001. My husband and I were taking…
Thursday, 23 May 2013 00:00

Building Leaders One Test at a Time

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By: Caryn Meltz    Bagrut time, oy, it’s here again! Any parent who has a child taking the bagrut right now knows the feeling. We may not be in high school, we may not be taking the bagrut, but boy we are definitely on some…
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