Germany's last, and only known, female rabbi was ordained in 1935 but was killed in the Holocaust, having been deported to Theresienstadt in 1942 and later to Auschwitz.
Danna Harman, Haaretz’s former Europe correspondent, returned to Israel this year to write feature stories for the paper’s new digital edition. Prior to joining Haaretz, Danna worked for the Christian Science Monitor (CSM) as their Africa Bureau Chief, based in Nairobi, as well as their Washington, D.C.-based national feature writer, and their Latin America bureau chief (in a joint appointment with USA TODAY), based in Mexico City.
Danna has further travelled the globe on special reporting assignments for CSM and other papers and magazines to everywhere from Iraq, Yemen, Burma and Afghanistan to the jungles of Papua New Guinea. She began her journalism career 16 years ago as an Associated Press local hire in her hometown of Jerusalem, and later became the Jerusalem Post’s diplomatic correspondent, covering three prime ministers and half a dozen peace talks. Danna has a BA from Harvard University, and an MA in Islamic Studies from Cambridge University.
An interview with U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Jeffrey Feltman.
Unions and others who have raged alongside them refuse to see this as the end of their fight; they have called for fresh strikes on Thursday and November 6.
33 flotilla passengers from the U.K. ask to testify in person after Turkel panel requests only basic information.
The warning from Saudi Arabia is the latest in a series of alerts that have put French security forces and others in high-vigilance mode.
Delegation representing 300 activists files complaint over Israel's raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla which left 9 activists dead.
France arrests 12 terror suspects amid warnings of Al-Qaida plot; anti-terror police swoop on network with links to bombmaker held in Italy, after U.S. issues travel advisory and U.K. raises terror alert.
'There are too many Jews on board.' That was the comment that started it all.
In first speech as leader of Britain's Labour Party, Ed Miliband says parents' legacy taught him importance of standing up for the weak and dispossessed.
Former energy chief prevails over ex-foreign secretary in party leadership cliffhanger.