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From The Archives… Israeli Women Of Science

In 1968, she earned a Ph.D. in X-Ray crystallography at the Weizmann Institute of Science, a discipline in which her assiduous research has earned this Israeli woman of science the Nobel Prize.

A Significant Place; A Significant Race

You signed up for a cause, and you can figure it out. Keep the image of that beautiful boy in your head and remember why you signed up. Remember the cause.

Minister Miri Regev: Loyalty In Culture Initiative

The minister is a religious Jewish woman. Despite her position as Israel’s Minister of Sports, in July 2016 she refused to participate in the 2016 Summer Olympics opening ceremonies because they took place on Shabbat.

Outstanding Ambassador

Being a military spouse is one of the most difficult things people can experience, Nikki confessed...

Nina Ormonde: The Ultimate Jewish Mother

The bar and bat mitzvah event was her “baby.” Despite its grand scale, there was an individual, loving focus on every girl and boy.

Ruchama Hershkovitz: Mother Teacher

Born in Jerusalem, one of Yisrael and Yaffa Weingarten’s seven children, she is the seventh generation of a family living in Jerusalem’s Jewish Quarter.

Haya Tzippa Pines: Mother of Jerusalem (Part II)

Unfortunately, even after Rabbi Pines passed away in 1913, the rebbetzin and her daughter occasionally had to dodge stones thrown at them by misguided fanatics.

Haya Tzippa Pines: The First Lady of the “New” Jewish Settlement

The young pioneers of the First Aliyah did not opt for "peace now." They opted to settle and cultivate the Land of Israel, to build Jewish institutions, to revive the ancient Hebrew tongue and bring about a renaissance of the Jewish nation. And this they accomplished.

Power And Politics (Part III): Early Modern Eastern Europe (1500-1800)

Through a series of expulsions, forced conversions and general violence, European Jewry looked eastward, particularly towards Poland and Lithuania for respite.

The Prophetess Boushaif

When the leader of the community asked for her hand in marriage, Boushaif consented with the condition that he build a synagogue, using as its cornerstone the brick intended for the Holy Temple.

Rokhl Faygenberg: Of Fremde Vegn (Strange Ways)

She reached Palestine in 1924 when the magazine’s editorial management appointed her as their foreign correspondent in the Holy Land.

Summer Dressing

Over the years I've been asked how I handle dressing modestly throughout the summer...

Power and Politics Feminized (Part II): Muslim Empire And Sephardic Jewry (700-1750)

Turkish Jews and Muslims would flock to her door with bribes or requests for her to exert her influence with the royals.

Shurat Hadin – Justice

The lesson Nitsana derived from the case as a human-rights activist and a litigator inspired her to eventually establish the Israel Law Center called, Shurat Hadin to help victims of terrorism.

Yom Yerushalayim

Lift up your eyes about you and see, All shall gather and come to you, As I live, says the Lord.

Power and Politics Feminized (Part I): Medieval Europe

Power and influence do not come without consequence.

Early Zionist Pioneers

Ever since those first pioneers expressed their yearning for the Land, many other remarkable women have pioneered pathways to Zion and helped ensure our future inheritance in it.

Miriam Peretz: 2018 Israel Prize Recipient

Rather than being paralyzed by bereavement, she has devoted her life to lifting the spirit of others.

Rachel: The Symbol Of Redemption

At the time of her first appearance, Rachel was already enveloped in a premonition of tragedy. Chazal interpret the seemingly joyous first meeting between Yaakov and Rachel as a pre-enactment of Rachel’s tragic end.

Remembering Esterka

Polish history and popular legend credits a beautiful Jewish girl named Esther, or Esterka, with the turn of Jewish fortunes in Poland.

Rachail Morowitz: Building Bridges

The evening in Rachail Morowitz’s home was deeply moving and left a lasting impression of hope.

Hadassa Birnbaum: ‘Hand In Hand’

Operating under the umbrella of Esra for administrative help, Hadassa’s group delivers 120 food baskets every month.

Rahel Bluwstein: Rahel the Poetess

Her parents provided private tutors for her general education in addition to her Hebrew learning. As a result, she began writing both Russian and Hebrew poetry at a young age.

With Gratitude

Tehillim 118:17 – I shall not die, but live, and declare the works of God.

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