In Tevel B’Tzedek, Israeli Micha Odenheimer has created a Jewish Peace Corps that brings Jewish aid and ideals to Nepal, one of the world’s most impoverished nations.
- Israeli Scene Wider WorldMaking a Difference in Nepal
Volunteers from Tevel B’Tzedek enhance Nepalis’ skills as farmers, educators and community leaders.Wider WorldKeeping the Faith in Vilnius
Before World War II, the streets of Lithuania’s capital were thronged with Jews. Today, the country is home to 4,000 Jews committed to preserving their heritage.
Before World War II, the streets of Lithuania’s capital were thronged with Jews. Today, the country is home to 4,000 Jews committed to preserving their heritage.Wider WorldPassage to the Pyrenees
Jews and others trekked over the treacherous mountain range to flee from the Nazis. These days, people are following in their footsteps.
Jews and others trekked over the treacherous mountain range to flee from the Nazis. These days, people are following in their footsteps.Child Holocaust Survivor Hugs 93-year-old Nazi Guard on TrialChild survivor Moshe Peter Loth, a co-plaintiff in the case, approached Dey during the trial last week and said, “Watch out everyone, I’m going to forgive him.”Polish Prime Minister Complains to Netflix Over ‘Devil Next Door’Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote a letter to the Netflix CEO regarding “historical inaccuracies in film productions on this platform.”Jewish Leader Says Police Failed to Protect Halle SynagogueJosef Schuster said that it is “scandalous that the synagogue in Halle was not protected by the police on a holiday like Yom Kippur.”Sivan Ya’ari on Bringing Israeli Innovation to Rural AfricaYa'ari and her Innovation:Africa venture are using Israeli solar energy to dig wells and install water pumps in 10 African countries.Venezuelan Opposition Leader Appoints Rabbi as Envoy to IsraelBrener, rabbi emeritus of the Union Israelita de Caracas synagogue and a former chief Ashkenazi rabbi of Venezuela, was approved for the position by Congress on Tuesday.Hungary’s Population Has High Rate of Ashkenazi GenesTesting revealed that more than 7.5 percent of 4,981 people tested in Hungary had more than 25 percent Jewish Ashkenazi genes.