After spending three years in a Nazi concentration camp, Sidney Shachnow later went on to serve as a top U.S. Army officer in Berlin at the end of the Cold War. Drew Brooks writes about his inspirational story.
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The laws of the Sabbath and the laws of the Sabbatical year teach us that we must include God in the workplace.
When it’s Shabbat in Israel, the whole country slows down. But there are still some activities to check out. Our friends at Israel21c share their favorites.
An Israeli military veteran, entrepreneur, and friend of The Fellowship, Nir Barkat has served as the mayor of the Holy City for the past 10 years.
Moussaka is an authentic Greek dish. With time, it found its way to Israel via Turkey. It is a specialty of many Greek-style restaurants which abound in Israel's cities. Each ethnic community tends to improvise and cover the moussaka in its own favorite way, topping it with cheese, gravy, etc. This is the standard Israeli version.