Dubbed the "father of Israeli social work," Eliezer Jaffe led numerous government programs for the Jewish state that helped the needy, while also founding Israel's first academic social work program.
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Nicknamed "The Pearl," this brave Israeli hero served as an undercover spy for the Mossad for more than a decade, and passed away this past weekend at the age of 100.
An extremely prolific poet, author, playwright, translator, and researcher, Leah Goldberg's writings are classics of Israeli literature.
Gertrud Kraus was a pioneering Israeli dancer and instructor of the arts.
This IDF veteran, injured during the Second Lebanon War in 2006, set the world record in the marathon for a single-leg amputee this past week.