The Book of Exodus devotes only half a dozen verses to the woman who saved Moses. Then she disappears never to return.
Yossi Sarid is a commentator and columnist for Haaretz newspaper, and lecturer at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya. He is the author of six books.
During his 32-year tenure as a Knesset member, Sarid served as Education Minister, Environment Minister and leader of the Opposition as well as a member of various parliamentary committees. Sarid was also the head of the Meretz party from 1996 to 2003.
Sarid was born in 1940 in Rehovot, pre-state Palestine. He is married to Dorit; they have three children and five grandchildren.
Peres himself is starting to believe that any crumb that falls from his mouth turns into holy bread, that anyone who is thirsty will come to drink from his water which runeth deep and also sprays up high like a fountain.
'Zionism' is starting to be considered an ideological deviance because of rotten people who take its name in vain.
Far from being a technical mishap, this week's East Jerusalem debacle was typical Israeli clockwork chaos.
Only in Israel do we latch on to every achievement abroad. Only in Israel is every success ascribed to the collective.
Not everyone who denies global warming is a right-wing nationalist. But almost all are. It will be interesting one day to explore this crazy and mysterious phenomenon, which is incomprehensible.