Fed up with policies that remove women’s images from publications, a number of Orthodox women are fighting back—with photo shoots!
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Fed up with policies that remove women’s images from publications, a number of Orthodox women are fighting back—with photo shoots!Health + MedicineHelping Children Deal With Trauma
Young victims of pandemic stress learn coping strategies at Hadassah Hospital.
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Asking the tough questions is our responsibility, says former Ambassador Michael Oren.
Asking the tough questions is our responsibility, says former Ambassador Michael Oren.Less Mess Translates to ‘Balagan Be Gone’ in IsraelThe Haifa-based organizing guru explores the how-to of tidying up on her podcast and via email newsletters, consultations and online courses.U.S. Diplomats Help Inaugurate Pilgrimage Road in JerusalemThe excavation of the pilgrimage road under Palestinian homes in the Silwan neighborhood of eastern Jerusalem has been a point of contention between Israel and the Palestinians.Israelis, Religious and Secular, Grapple With Assisted SuicideThe decision to seek assisted suicide can be particularly difficult for Jews, since suicide is considered a grave violation of Jewish law.Miriam Adelson Is Israel’s Richest Person, With $22 billionDr. Miriam Adelson, wife of American casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, is Israel’s wealthiest person for 2019, according to Haaretz's biannual list.Nechama Rivlin, Wife of Israel’s President, Dies at 73Nechama Rivlin died a day before her 74th birthday, at Beillinson Hospital in Petah Tikvah, where she underwent a lung transplant three months ago.Photographs Reveal the World of Female Combat Soldiers in IsraelDebbie Zimelman, a U.S.-born photographer who has lived in Israel for 30 years, spent five years with young women serving in 20 combat units to capture their experiences.