Elisabeth Schiemann was a genetic scientist, botanist, and Christian in Germany during World War II who not only spoke out against the Nazis, but helped Jews escape them, as well.
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Now you can purchase a “smart” sock to improve circulation in your legs. Designed by an Israeli startup, this sock is perfect for athletes and pregnant women and more.
Almost seven decades later, children and grandchildren of the signatories of Israel’s Declaration of Independence gathered to recreate the special ceremony at the Knesset this weekend.
Since 2011, The Fellowship has partnered with Dennis Survival in order to prevent violence among children and youth, especially those living in Department of Welfare orphanages. Dennis Survival is a martial arts program in Israel designed specifically to teach these children and youth how to prevent violence by channeling their aggression into martial arts techniques.
Because of the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Bridge blog is suspending activity through January 15. We’ll be back on Tuesday, January 16, for more updates from the Holy Land. As we pause to remember the legacy of Dr. King, Rabbi Eckstein shares the way he was inspired by the life of this man of faith and principle.