Dr. Pamela Peled

Dr. Pamela Peled was born in South Africa and came to live in Israel in 1975, at the age of 17. She studied English Literature and Teaching at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and has a doctorate in Shakespeare from Bar Ilan University. She teaches at Beit Berl College and the Raphael Recanti International School at IDC Herzliya, and also gives lectures on Shakespeare all over Israel and abroad, as well as on Cruise Ships. Pamela is also a journalist and has published two books: How to Have a Husband and Live with your Lover (at the Same Time) and For the Love of God and Virgins.

Moving and sensitive account of Michal Yehezkel's passion for photography which, after tragically losing husband Micha to cancer, led her to participate in a photographic tour of his birth place, India, in order to find healing.

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Take a Picture!
Category: Arts
Issue No. 142
 

Introducing Paul Smith – international movie actor and his interesting life that brings him and his wife into our midst. They are today Adam and Aviva Eden, residents of Raanana.

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hollywood comes to raanana
Category: People
Issue No. 143
 

The Jerusalem Refuah Institute teaches the art of healing with love, Torah and Science. Positive psychology is used to attain happiness in a realistic sense with practical means and mindfulness.

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happiness is....
Category: Health
Issue No. 143
 

“The compilers of the book ask you to serve the recipes from the book together with their stories, to keep both alive for generations to come.”

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holocaust survivor cookbook - A review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 143
 

The annual MUN (Model United Nations) conference was held in Qatar with representatives from all over the world including high school representatives from Israel. This is a forum where youth can tackle the problems of the world.

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Speaking up Clearly in Qatar
Category: Diaspora
Issue No. 144
 

An honest review of a controversial read , exposing the hidden facts of her ultra orthodox family from which she rebelled in spectacular fashion. All is revealed in this widely read but often rejected book.

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THE RABBI’S DAUGHTER - A Review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 146
 

Tucked away in a corner of Kfar Saba is every bargain hunters paradise in the form of the Esra Nearly New second hand shop. Busy and interesting it also offers the opportunity for volunteers to be of service.

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The Best Bargains in Town
Category: ESRA News
Issue No. 145
 

The outstanding success of Jeanne Rabin , trained singer and performer. She trains choirs in Israel and has travelled the world with her ‘Jeanne’s Ensemble’ returning with a silver medal from the Graz International choir festival.

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THE SWEET SOUND OF SUCCESS
Category: Arts
Issue No. 146
 

Suzanna Marcus describes how she found the strength to turn her life around. After overcoming many obstacles she regained her self-esteem, fought cancer and became a spiritual healer.

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Six Months to Live, Ten Years Later - A Review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 147
 

The Bielski brothers fled to the woods when their small village in Beylorussia was overrun by the Germans in WW11. Defiance is a film that is a worthy tribute to them. Pamela Peled updates us on what happened to them after the war. From over a thousand people who hid with them over 30,000 descendants now live scattered throughout the world.

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DEFIANCE  TEL AVIV STYLE
Category: Diaspora
Issue No. 149
 
 
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