IBCERF relieves the plight of breast cancer patients

IBCERF relieves the plight of breast cancer patients

by Shari Mendes

Victims of breast cancer who have benefitted from this more ...
OVEN BAKED SESAME CHICKEN SCHNITZEL STRIPS

OVEN BAKED SESAME CHICKEN SCHNITZEL STRIPS

by Lisa Brink

Oven Baked Sesame Chicken Schnitzel Strips is an easy-to-make, more ...
Food as Medicine -  Lemon Olive Oil Cake

Food as Medicine - Lemon Olive Oil Cake

by Shari Mendes

Compounds known as limonins in the cells of citrus more ...
Lovely Models at ESRA Fashion Show

Lovely Models at ESRA Fashion Show

by Glenis Bertfield

The generosity of four fashion houses and numerous more ...
Memories of Montevideo

Memories of Montevideo

by Deborah (Debby) Lieberman

Debby Lieberman shares her enjoyment of travelling more ...
Hassling with Hebrew

Hassling with Hebrew

by Lenore Hahn

Learning Hebrew as an adult can be intimidating. However, more ...
Feeling Good & Fluent English

Feeling Good & Fluent English

by Ilan Shachar

Two fascinating and creatively stimulating programs more ...
Thanks & Welcome

Thanks & Welcome

by Yonit Gurfinkel

Yonit Gurfinkel thanks Ingrid Gvili for her five years more ...
Hebraic Mosaic - A Review

Hebraic Mosaic - A Review

by Pnina Moed Kass

A review of a stunning art book, containing out of more ...
PERSIAN FOOD from THE NON-PERSIAN BRIDE - A Review

PERSIAN FOOD from THE NON-PERSIAN BRIDE - A Review

by Vera Freudmann

The photos look good-enough-to-eat in a cook book about more ...
Why be Jewish? - A Review

Why be Jewish? - A Review

by Mike Porter

A review of a powerful, thought provoking and immensely more ...
ESRA Bat Yam is reborn

ESRA Bat Yam is reborn

by Janet Kiesari

Fifteen English speakers met enthusiastically for the more ...
My mother said: “At worst, you’ll lose a breast”

My mother said: “At worst, you’ll lose a breast”

by Zippora Roman

Eylon Nuphar relates the story of her diagnosis of more ...
Thinking, Feeling, Completeness

Thinking, Feeling, Completeness

by David A. Frenkel

David Frenkel explains his theory that it is not enough more ...
 

ISSUE 163 - Jan-Feb 2012

FROM THE EDITOR

Cancer, prevalent and pernicious, affects so many families. “My Mother said at worst you’ll lose a breast” is an inspiring story of a line of amazing women fighting and surviving the disease with tremendous spirit. The cost of fighting it and struggling to lead a normal life are prohibitive for women without money - a fund IBCERF has been set up to help by an architect who too is afflicted. Qiqong is a martial art with gentle and pleasant movements that improve health and increase energy. More...

CONTRIBUTORS

Esther Tolkin
Monte Silver
Nanci Schwartz
Roni Weissman
Laurie Bisberg-Primes
Pnina  Moed Kass
Meira Applebaum
Janet Kiesari
Vera Freudmann
Cynthia and Raymond Selwyn
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