Neither side of the family knew anyone from the other side had survived the Holocaust!
United Hatzalah program honors our survivors, war veterans with specialized medical care
Pesach is around the corner and with it comes the fear of unanticipated financial burdens for many poor families.
High-ranking American and international officials laud Jewish aid contributions at first ever multinational conference of global Jewish service organizations held in Washington D.C.
"Expanding our knowledge of languages opens up doors to understanding and contributes to an collaborative atmosphere."
The White House is open to ideas, Sanders said, adding that the president has not yet reached a decision on which group should coordinate the funds.
This year's show is dedicated to the memory of 13-year-old Hallel Yaffa Ariel, HY”D
Beis Finger is intended to be accessible to those from the central region of the country, and is fully disabled-accessible.
"This land is one of the only fields in Israel where produce is grown specifically for this purpose, and it's the only field that has a greenhouse to grow staple vegetables."
Over the next 20 years, the program will provide more than $100 million in scholarships and educational activities.
Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries fight an arson attack in Los Angeles with Jewish 'fire.'
Software engineer Yuval Zalmanov set out from Israel with 17 Maxtech radio units and trained emergency crews in using the technology.
"Sometimes you have to hit a wall, feel the rift, in order to build a new bridge."
"The embassy helped organize the burial ceremony and commissioned its representative to it."
What a wonderful example of community values in face of government deafness.
"We realized it was time to pack while we are healthy and active and could truly enjoy being in Our Beloved Country."
Ten community rabbis have signed up for the 2018 RabbisCanRun program, and others expressed interest. Each participant will receive a free trip to Israel.
"As the extent of the damage becomes clear, it is obvious that this community will need significant financial help in order to rebuild."
A 22-member delegation was sent by the Jewish State to battle the flames, which began last week.
Prof. Yori Gidron has participated in international disaster and terror relief teams in Japan, Nepal, Haiti and Israel.
The public is being asked to call authorities if anyone spots Conner, a capuchin monkey who escaped from the Ramat Gan Safari.
With the purchase, the lands will become part of a local nature preserve that is being managed by the local communities.
The project was started in memory of 9-year-old Omer Sayag, who loved building Lego towers and who died of a rare brain cancer.
According to JWF, for many survivors this may be the first time they feel they have received emotional acknowledgement or validation of their experiences.
This Tuesday, Israelis will try to break last year's record in online donations in the Jewish State's local branch of global GivingTuesday.