Honoring Jerusalem and its Diverse People (Book)
My Jerusalem: The Eternal City. Edited by Ilan Greenfield. Photography by Ziv Koren (Gefen Publishing, 160 pp. $50)
This book’s display of 80 iconic images by award-winning photographer Ziv Koren dramatically honors Jerusalem and its diverse people—Jews, Muslims and Christians—whether they are serving in the army, celebrating holidays in the streets or praying in historical houses of worship (at right, schoolchildren pass the Kotel). The accompanying essays are love songs to the ancient yet modern city by politicians, philanthropists, community leaders (including Hadassah National President Ellen Hershkin) and even a New York Times journalist.
Shavuot from InterfaithFamily
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Shavuot begins this year after sunset on May 19
What is Shavuot? Let InterfaithFamily help you discover the beauty of the holiday with readings, articles, videos, and of course, recipes!
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Jewish and Muslim women pledge to work together to combat hate
More than 200 women took part in the Change Makers event
The largest conference gathering of Muslims and Jews in Europe has seen women from both faiths vow to work together to combat hate.
From Togo To Tel Aviv: Israel’s Latest Christian Pop Sensation
By Mara Vigevani for Breaking Israel News
As he walks in downtown Tel Aviv near the trendy Sarona market, Stephane Legar is stopped time after time by adoring teens asking him to pose for a selfie. A model, singer and dancer, Legar is Israel’s latest social media sensation: His first video, “The Step Fun Challenge,” released two years ago received 22 million hits and his Youtube channel has 71 thousand subscribers.
Wedding Season is Coming. Let InterfaithFamily Help You Plan
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