Lydia Aisenberg

Lydia Aisenberg is a journalist, informal educator and special study tour guide. Born in 1946, Lydia is originally from South Wales, Britain and came to live in Israel in 1967 and has been a member of Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek since. The mother of five and grandmother of five (so far) Lydia has been involved in shared citizenship projects of the Givat Haviva Institutes International Department for the last 25 years, and involved in informal education projects since her first visit to Israel in 1965 and volunteering during the 1967 war.

Malta and its Jewish community

Malta and its Jewish community

by Lydia Aisenberg

The fascination of Malta is captured in this essay more ...
NAHLAOT WANDERINGS

NAHLAOT WANDERINGS

by Lydia Aisenberg

Nahalot, a colorful, quaint neighborhood of Jerusalem more ...
baram synagogue

baram synagogue

by Lydia Aisenberg

The modern Kibbutz Baram, renowned for its thriving more ...
ellis island

ellis island

by Lydia Aisenberg

From the 1830’s millions of people from all over more ...
Radar Hill, Jerusalem

Radar Hill, Jerusalem

by Lydia Aisenberg

The Israeli high-court ruling forcing the rerouting more ...
DON’T FORGET TO REMEMBER

DON’T FORGET TO REMEMBER

by Lydia Aisenberg

Shabtai (Sasha) Falcon, now deceased, shares with readers more ...
Luboml exhibition, Moreshet

Luboml exhibition, Moreshet

by Lydia Aisenberg

Aaron Ziegelman, Polish born American, researched his more ...
Poland’s lost Jews refound

Poland’s lost Jews refound

by Lydia Aisenberg

The story of a young woman who volunteered to be an more ...
On Either Side of the Divide

On Either Side of the Divide

by Lydia Aisenberg

The stroke of a pen on a map in 1949 created a village more ...
Red Falcons in Bat Shlomo

Red Falcons in Bat Shlomo

by Lydia Aisenberg

The Bat Shlomo moshava on the Carmel is a treasury more ...
WATT LIGHTS MY LIGHT

WATT LIGHTS MY LIGHT

by Lydia Aisenberg

The Israel Electric Corporation has its in-house training more ...
ZIPPORI

ZIPPORI

by Lydia Aisenberg

One of the most important archeological sites in Israel more ...
Mandatory postcards for peace

Mandatory postcards for peace

by Lydia Aisenberg

A building, which served as an aircraft hangar by the more ...
Between high places

Between high places

by Lydia Aisenberg

A fascinating look inside the “banking museum,” more ...
OFF THE WALL HISTORY-CANTERS DELICATESSEN

OFF THE WALL HISTORY-CANTER'S DELICATESSEN

by Lydia Aisenberg

The mural on the walls of the famous Canters delicatessen more ...
 
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