Born in South Africa, Celle Mandel came to Israel in 1960. A trained physiotherapist, she worked in Petach Tikva’s geriatric hospital. With her very strong and vibrant personality she fought liver cancer for six years with courage and humor, drawing the respect and love of family and friends. She was a valued member of ESRA’s Welfare Committee.More...
Vivian Silver, formerly of Winnipeg now living in the Negev, believes in the inseparable connection between peace and development. As co-director of NISPED, she works to establish a trusting relationship between people of different cultures to achieve success in her endeavors.More...
For half her life Millie Rosenblatt, now in her eighties, has been totally blind but has always remained very active. Having taught in schools and colleges and gaining an MA in education she became a school principle and administrator. Now all colors have completely disappeared from her vision - all she sees is total blackness.More...
The late Dr. Brian Braude held some intriguing conversations with Pnina Moed Kass while she was on his dentist’s chair. She remembers his talks about the many journeys he undertook and how she persuaded him to write about them for ESRA MAGAZINE.More...
It is ten years since Alan Benson passed away from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and this article is in his memory and a tribute to his parents, Harvey and Marilyn, who came to Israel from Scotland to give him more years to live. They believe that the Israeli climate gave Alan many extra years to liveMore...
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