Reading Time: 3 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Ruth Abraham was born in 1913 in the town of Lubau in West Prussia, which was then a part of Germany. Ruth was the youngest of seven siblings, her mother passing away when she was 10 months old. She speaks of a
Reading Time: 3 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Ruth Abraham was born in 1913 in the town of Lubau in
Reading Time: 2 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Esther was born in Berlin on 28-July-1934. Her parents, Meir and Bina, were Polish-born and lived in Berlin. They were in the business of fur wholesale. They had lived in Berlin for five years and so lost their polish citizenship. In 1938
Reading Time: 2 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Esther was born in Berlin on 28-July-1934. Her parents, Meir and Bina,
Reading Time: 4 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Esther (Magda) Unger was born in 1928 in a small village in Hungary, 35 km from the city of Debrecen. In 1944, when Esther was 16, Hungary was conquered by the Germans. During that time, Esther’s father was taken for forced labor
Reading Time: 4 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Esther (Magda) Unger was born in 1928 in a small village in
Reading Time: 4 minutes By: Maya Roman Translated by: Orna Raz Two weeks ago we were shocked to see on channel 2 a promotional program featuring a bachelor party in Romania. The reaction of outrage to what is happening in a faraway land is legitimate, still, we should apply the
Reading Time: 4 minutes By: Maya Roman Translated by: Orna Raz Two weeks ago we were shocked to see on
Reading Time: 5 minutes The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga Raban Translated by: Tal Horowitz Esther (Biba) Beizer was born in 1925 to Leah Beizer, born in 1892, and Mordechai (Motel) Beizer, born in 1889. Esther was the middle child, Joseph’s little sister and Moshe’s
Reading Time: 5 minutes The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga Raban Translated by: Tal Horowitz
Reading Time: 7 minutes Written by Naama Katiee, a mizrahi* feminist, active in “Amram” translated by: Inbal Ketzef *jews originating in Arab/Muslim countries “It was already eight o’clock, when 3 people suddenly appeared – two women and one man. The man was bald and had a long beard. The two
Reading Time: 7 minutes Written by Naama Katiee, a mizrahi* feminist, active in “Amram” translated by: Inbal Ketzef *jews originating
Reading Time: 6 minutes by Ya’ara Cohen Empower — to promote the self-actualization or influence of (merriam webster) If you’re living in the 21st century you must have heard about women’s empowerment. If you are a woman, you’ve probably been invited to an event or received an article on this topic. Those
Reading Time: 6 minutes by Ya’ara Cohen Empower — to promote the self-actualization or influence of (merriam webster) If you’re living in
Reading Time: 3 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Ruth Abraham was born in 1913 in the town of Lubau in West Prussia, which was then a part of Germany. Ruth was the youngest of seven siblings, her mother passing away
Reading Time: 3 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Ruth Abraham was born in 1913 in
Reading Time: 2 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Esther was born in Berlin on 28-July-1934. Her parents, Meir and Bina, were Polish-born and lived in Berlin. They were in the business of fur wholesale. They had lived in Berlin for
Reading Time: 2 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Esther was born in Berlin on 28-July-1934.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Esther (Magda) Unger was born in 1928 in a small village in Hungary, 35 km from the city of Debrecen. In 1944, when Esther was 16, Hungary was conquered by the Germans.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Translated by: Keren Carmi Esther (Magda) Unger was born in 1928
Reading Time: 5 minutes The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga Raban Translated by: Tal Horowitz Esther (Biba) Beizer was born in 1925 to Leah Beizer, born in 1892, and Mordechai (Motel) Beizer, born in 1889.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga
Reading Time: 7 minutes Written by Naama Katiee, a mizrahi* feminist, active in “Amram” translated by: Inbal Ketzef *jews originating in Arab/Muslim countries “It was already eight o’clock, when 3 people suddenly appeared – two women and one man. The
Reading Time: 7 minutes Written by Naama Katiee, a mizrahi* feminist, active in “Amram” translated
Reading Time: 6 minutes by Ya’ara Cohen Empower — to promote the self-actualization or influence of (merriam webster) If you’re living in the 21st century you must have heard about women’s empowerment. If you are a woman, you’ve probably been invited to
Reading Time: 6 minutes by Ya’ara Cohen Empower — to promote the self-actualization or influence of (merriam
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