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New online learning platform aims to bridge the gap between US and Israel

When the first wave of coronavirus infections reached the American South, Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker of Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas, knew the religious school's classes at his...

 

20,000 Jewish communal professionals lost jobs

“Blindsided.”  That’s how Melissa Engelberg felt after being laid off in April due to COVID-19 cutbacks.   “I was shocked, I was sad and I was worried,” said Engelberg, who lost her job as director of grants and programs at the Jewish...

 

Competition provides $1 million in grants to combat BDS and Israel delegitimization

By Michele Chabin TEL AVIV-The Genesis Prize Foundation and 2019 Genesis Prize laureate Robert Kraft have launched a competition that will award grants to Israeli organizations on the front lines of...

 

Israeli students train guide dogs for the blind

Shir Tabac had always yearned for a dog, but it wasn't until she completed her military service and went to college that she felt ready to make the commitment. "It was the first time I was living...

 

Facing anti-Semitism at her California school, this Jewish teen takes matters into her own hands

When Michaela Weinstein first encountered racist and anti-Semitic slurs at her California high school, she felt sick to her stomach.  Students at Albany High School, in the San Francisco Bay Area, we...

 
 By Michele Chabin    News    July 13, 2018

Immunotherapy treatments being developed in Israel offer new hope for cancer patients

JERUSALEM-There's a war raging in Israel with life and death consequences worldwide. This war does not involve tanks, drones or tunnels, and the enemy is not Iran, Hamas or Hezbollah. Rather the war...

 

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