The courage to pack up and leave

The courage to pack up and leave

By FRANCINE KLAGSBRUN, JEWISH WEEK— ‘Picture the sudden change it was for him, without knowing how to read or write or even speak the language,” my father wrote in a memoir about his father’s coming to America from Russia in 1910. “They were the brave, the...
Bringing the brothers home

Bringing the brothers home

By DROR EYDAR, ISRAEL HAYOM— The Jewish Diaspora is, for the most part, on the eve of a huge migration, similar to what we experienced with the collapse of the Iron Curtain in the early 90s and even at the end of the 19th century. Not just in Eastern Europe,...