Kestenbaum, an industrial chemist in London who is also a rabbi, has spent close to 20 years devising and perfecting matzot which are made of gluten-free oats and considered kosher for Pesach according to the most stringent of Rabbinical authorities.0 comments
Charlotte Hallé has been editor of Haaretz English Edition since February 2008 and responsible for English-language content on all platforms since 2011. She joined the newspaper in 1999 and has held several editorial positions, including a lengthy stint as a reporter.
Born and raised in London, Halle worked as a youth and community worker with drug users, offenders and homeless young people in prisons and on the streets, before moving to Tel Aviv in 1999.
She has a Master's degree in Applied Anthropology from Goldsmiths, University of London and is married with three children.