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Walking into university to face a long day of studies in the early hours of the morning is a nightmare for most people, but for me, it is an experience I look forward to daily.

Your Blogs: Rolene Marks - Dear Golda

Dear Golda
Posted on January 14, 2016
This post appears in the WIZO Lapid magazine “Women taking the lead”. The magazine is not available online.
 

Presenting a musical comedy about Aliyah: "Together against the Odds"

 
A musical comedy about Aliyah by Grant Crankshaw and Daniella Roman
 
When a naïve, South African, Methodist boy meets a sassy, Israeli,Jew-“ish” girl and they move to Israel, fun is sure to follow. 
 

New website to learn Hebrew - special offer available!

Dear friends!
 
You are welcome to the new website to learn Hebrew, developed by two student volunteers:  Isaac Pinchasov, (26) fourth-year student of Dental Medicine at Tel Aviv University from Nes Ziona and Gai Ben Moshe (26) from Gan Yavne,  fourth-year student of Software Engineering at Ben Gurion in Be'er Sheba. 
 

YOUR BLOGS: “Aromas and Flavors” – The Real Thing by Jonathan Danilowitz

 
The old joke goes that for blasé Tel Avivians, anything north of the Yarkon River is uninteresting; the good restaurants, culture, arts, nightlife; all are in Tel Aviv. Only the “plebs” go north.
 

Celebrity Foot-reader arrives in Israel

PRESS RELEASE

20th November 2015

TV’s CELEBRITY FOOT READER OFFERS INSIGHT INTO THE SECRETS OF YOUR FEET - Amazing seminar series arrives in Israel

Your Blogs: Jonathan Danilowitz - The USA: Leading the way to gender equality

In April this year the Dept. of State of the USA appointed its first ever “Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons”, Mr. Randy W. Berry. On Friday the 13th November the American Ambassador to Israel, his Excellency Dan Shapiro with his wife Ms. Julie Fisher hosted Mr. Berry at a unique gathering of the movers and shakers of the Israeli lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community (LGBTI) at the ambassadorial residence in Herzlia Pituach. 
 

Your Blogs: Sarah Sassoon - The hardest thing about Aliyah

 
 
People told me, they warned me, ‘Israel is hard’. So I shouldn’t complain. I knew what I was coming to. But they didn’t tell me properly. They didn’t really explain. The hardest thing about Aliyah is the laundry.
 

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