Enjoy 'The Other Laila Lavan' at WeWork Sarona; take a journey back to 1990s South Africa in 'When Voices Meet'; and hear Sana Krasikov discuss the role of the historical novel in an age dominated by propaganda
Steven Klein joined Haaretz in 2004, was appointed sports editor in 2008 and is now a senior editor for the English Edition. In addition, he contributes occasionally to the opinion pages of Haaretz English Edition.
A graduate of the doctoral program in conflict management and negotiation at Bar-Ilan University, he also teaches at Tel Aviv University conflict resolution program and for the Ben-Gurion University overseas program.
He lives in Modi'in with his wife, Rivka, and children.
Nefesh B’Nefesh announces seven immigrants to Israel from English-speaking countries who have been awarded the 2017 Sylvan Adams Bonei Zion Prize; Renowned comic Brian Regan to headline this month's Comedy for Koby tour
Remembering Israel's 1948 air force heroes; Honoring two former Australian prime ministers; rocking at the annual Jacob's Ladder festival
Israelis in 2017 are enslaved to the maintenance of the occupation. This wasn’t supposed to be Israel’s story
English-language ceremony in Jerusalem for Memorial Day, Telfed hands out over 400 scholarships and Holocaust survivor Livia Shacter turns 100
The week’s events are dominated by Holocaust Remembrance Day on Monday
Rank and File | Beit Shemesh Baseball launches crowdfunding campaign to help build complex; Council of Olim Associations working with other organizations, Education Corps officers to help soldiers with army bureaucracy
National team faces Malta on April 22, knowing victory will secure promotion to world championships
Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel, English Speaking Residents Association offering guided tours; Friendship Circle Central Jerusalem hosts grand matza bake.