| By Rachel Salloway |
| Friday, 21 June 2013 17:43|
Police hold protesters back from Kotel. /RACHEL SALLOWAYWAITSFIELD, Vt. – I did not know what to expect when I walked down to the Old City of Jerusalem in time for the 7 a.m. Rosh Hodesh (new moon/new month) service on May 10. I had no trouble finding my way through the Old City as I was surrounded by hundreds of haredi (ultra-Orthodox) schoolgirls in uniforms heading to the same destination. With different goals in mind, we walked side-by-side.
| By Jake Sharfman |
| Thursday, 06 June 2013 13:48|
| Mariusz Aoflko becomes a bar mitzvah. /Sasson Tiram | Courtesy of Shavei Israel|
JERUSALEM – Mariusz Robert Aoflko, a 64-year-old Jewish attorney in Krakow, grew up thinking he was a Polish Catholic.
| By Nancy Kirsch
| Friday, 12 April 2013 17:47|
PROVIDENCE – Are Israeli individuals or companies helping support Israelis in need? More than one individual posed that question during the Alliance mission to Israel in late January, often as we drove by new office buildings bearing familiar names of Google, Microsoft, Cisco, etc.
| By Eugenia Naroditskiy |
| Friday, 29 March 2013 02:46|
Alexander Tabenkin in 2013 /Alexander TabenkinEDITOR’S NOTE: Eugenia Naroditskiy, editor of Vestnik of RI, interviewed Alexander Tabenkin, who emigrated to Rhode Island in 1977, for a March 2013 issue of Vestnick of RI, Rhode Island’s Russian newspaper for Russian Jews. The Voice & Herald is publishing the interview, which was translated into English by Tabenkin, in two parts. The second part will appear in our April 12 issue.
Q: We understand that there are eight streets in Israeli towns named after your relative Yitzhak Tabenkin. Why is he so honored?
| Friday, 29 March 2013 02:41|
PROVIDENCE – It’s “an extraordinary phenomenon,” said Professor Ilan Troen. At 65, Israel “still has to struggle for legitimacy.”
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