More advice from attorney Frank Kahn about property more ...
Eric Moss gives us a glimpse of life in Israel. Business more ...
ISSUE 148 - February-March 2009
FROM THE EDITOR
Still in Israel’s 60th year, and still fighting for our existence, this ESRA MAGAZINE cover by the late cartoonist Dosh in his Srulik series, expresses in its very simple way our love and belief in Israel. In this issue we continue to bring you memories by some of the many English speakers who were pioneers in Israel’s first years as a state – letters and photographs by a young American volunteer in 1946 who witnessed the destruction of Yagur; More...
the bombing of Jerusalem’s Ben Yehudah Street in 1948; Moledet, a JNF booklet in the years 1945-1949; the establishment of an agricultural settlement. There are some wonderful photos in the travel articles of the exotic Bolivia and the Galapagos Islands that whet the appetite to go there. In the column Towns are featured a progressive community in Modiin and the Ralli Museum in Caesarea and in the Diaspora - Venice Beach and Canter’ Delicatessen. On the ESRA scene: our Cinema Club is thriving with larger crowds in Raanana and now also in Netanya. Walking tours in Tel Aviv is a popular new leisure activity in ESRA; our bridge club in Raanana has a new coordinator; innovative support services have been initiated by creative and energetic volunteers – a bereavement and loss counseling program and a coffee group for new immigrants. In the Spirit of ESRA, we highlight an exceptional volunteer and an exceptional donor. Our feature articles make absorbing reading on People, Employment, Law, Israel and I, Road Safety, Agriculture, and Volunteering. Close
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- the warsaw ghetto uprising
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- the strawberry woman
- advantages of the living trust
- the key question
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