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Outgoing FM Ashkenazi hails past year’s ‘historic’ diplomatic achievements – The Times of Israel

| June 19, 2021

Israels international standing improved over the last year, says outgoing Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi at a farewell ceremony with ministry staff and diplomats before Yair Lapid takes over the post.

Arizona Israel Chamber of Commerce gets off the ground in Prescott – Jewish News of Greater Phoenix

| June 19, 2021

When Sanford and Terry Cohen moved to Prescott in 1985, there wasnt a lot going on in Jewish life. The entire Jewish community met in the living room of a house, Sanford Cohen said.

Conveniently overlooking history with Israel and Palestine – The Register-Guard

| June 19, 2021

Craig Weinerman| Register-Guard In his guest view from May 23, M. Reza Benham engages in identity politics by falsely framing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in terms of race ("What Black Americans and Palestinians share").

For Israels new government, Egypt key to calm on border with Gaza – Al-Monitor

| June 19, 2021

Several fires broke out in the Eshkol region in the south of Israel June 16, apparently sparked by balloons carryingincendiary devices launched from the Gaza Strip.

Lapid: Israel will fix ‘shameful’ decision to pick GOP over bipartisan ties New FM says former – Ynetnews

| June 16, 2021

Israel will work to repair relations with the ruling U.S. Democratic Party after they were repeatedly compromised during the tenure of former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Yair Lapid said Monday. "The policy towards the Democratic Party was shameful and dangerous," Lapid said in a speech at the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem during a ceremony marking the transfer of power from outgoing minister Gabi Ashkenazi of Blue & White, who is leaving politics

Cop Cars, Nectar, and the Soul of Nadav Schwartzman – CounterPunch.org – CounterPunch

| June 16, 2021

Nadav Schwartzman is a queer artist and graphic designer who was born thirty-two years ago on the outskirts of Tel Aviv.

Decolonizing Jewish Studies Part II: A Response to the Backlash – Religion Dispatches

| May 7, 2021

Recently, we identified Jewish Studies scholarship that is sexist, racist, and cisheteronormative, arguing that neoliberal ideologies and metrics reinforce and promote such research. We invited collective reimagining of a more just and creative field. Thus, were bemused by a letter written shortly thereafter by former presidents of the Association for Jewish Studies (AJS)the fields scholarly organization in the USdecrying the presidents resignation (after meeting with a sexual harasser the organization expelled).

Israel and the metamorphosis of the Sabra through the years – The Jerusalem Post

| May 7, 2021

SABRA AS hero: Eight on the Track of One by Yemima Avidar-Tchernovitz (Keter Publishing)Its been 90 years since journalist Uri Kesari published the essay We Are the Leaves of the Sabra! in the Doar HaYom newspaper, in which he called for changing the use of the derogatory nickname Sabra into a positive term.This moniker, which was commonly used to refer to people born in Israel, had a negative connotation and brought with it a feeling of derision, contempt and pity, the essay read.

Illinois Governor, Israeli Foreign Minister and Sheba Medical Center CEO Partner on the Chicago ARC Innovation Center to Advance Health Equity – Yahoo…

| March 5, 2021

Israel's Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi and Sheba CEO Yitshak Kreiss Join Gov. JB Pritzker to Champion Transformative Partnership CHICAGO, March 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Gov.

Friday With the Fellows: Expressing Identity and Vulnerability Through Art – jewishboston.com

| March 5, 2021

Identity is personal. It can also be complex and nuanced, layered with a richness of ancestral memory and a source of pride that can help guide present and future experiences of ourselves and our community


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