A New Recipe for Israeli Heroism: Makings of Falafel Man by Dorit Maya Gur My Israeli hero has red hair and a friendly, smiling face. He’s a chubby fellow who shoots falafel balls and protects the State. As a comic book artist, I created this hero in response to trends in … [Read more...] about A New Recipe for Israeli Heroism
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The Path of the Entrepreneur: 21st Century Hero by Lianna Wolfson Jogging in the park, brunching at a café, or sitting in class in 2010 usually entails having a smart phone stuffed into a pouch, resting on a lap, or squished into one’s back pocket. Our generation of college … [Read more...] about The Path of the Entrepreneur
Apparently a group of Chabad Birthright Israel participants from Australia has recently visited Hebron, which according to official policy of the organization is not permitted; "Our tours do not travel to or through areas of the West Bank, Gaza or East Jerusalem, other than the … [Read more...] about Birthright Israel Group Travels to Hebron
Yesterday I had the chance to, once-again, sit with 120 hyped-up, caffinated, sleep-deprived young adult movers and shakers of our Jewish world at the 5th annual gathering of the ROI Global Summit. And while perhaps I spent a bit to much time catching up with friends from around … [Read more...] about The Many Faces of the ROI Community
Almost one year ago, about as far east as one can travel in Russia, LimmudFSU gathered in Birobidzhan for four days of seminars, workshops, entertainment and just plain fun. News of Limmud's success traveled far and wide and now Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has made history … [Read more...] about Medvedev Follows Limmud FSU to Birobidzhan