Esther (Magda) Unger
"העבודה משחררת", השלט המוכר במחנה הריכוז אושוויץ. (Jochen Zimmermann)

Esther (Magda) Unger

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…

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Investigative report: Does Yad 2 (an internet site an equivalent to Craigs List) advertise sex services?

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…

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Sarah Ernhalt
תמונה של גשר פשמישל בשנת 1940 מהארכיון הפדרלי הגרמני.

Sarah Ernhalt

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The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga Raban Translated by: Tal Horowitz Sarah Ernhalt was born in Przemyśl, where she lived with her family. Following the rumors about the German approach, her family fled to Stanisławów,…

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Esther Gruber (Beizer)
אתר הנצחה לקורבנות מלחמת העולם השנייה ברוזי'שץ'. (Nataliya Shestakova)

Esther Gruber (Beizer)

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…

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Sarah Goodman
ציור של העיר דורטמונד במאה ה-17

Sarah Goodman

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The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga Raban Translated by: Tal Horowitz Sarah Goodman was born in 1936 in Dortmund, Germany, and from the moment she was born she experienced the anti-Semitic laws of Germany, because…

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Ruth Zeiter
כיכר מרכזית בגטו צ'נסטוחוב אחרי שהופגזה במלחמה.

Ruth Zeiter

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The stories were collected by Ronni Levy, Tifara Betzalel and Noga Raban Translated by: Tal Horowitz Ruth Zeiter was born on May 27, 1929, in Częstochowa, Poland and was the only daughter of Regina (nee Rheingold) and Sigmund Zeiter. Her…

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The Yemenite, Balkan and Eastern Babies Affair – The Demon Haunting Israeli Feminism

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…

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