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Theodor Herzl has been with me my whole life. I know that is an odd statement from a Canadian who has lived his entire life in Toronto. I am not related to Herzl and, of course, I never met … more
Sixty years ago, Algeria declared its independence from France after a bloody war that is thought to have claimed over a million lives. In the course of throwing off the French colonial yoke, Algeria … more
Excerpted from the new three-volume set “Theodor Herzl: Zionist Writings” edited by Gil Troy, the inaugural publication of The Library of the Jewish People. In 1897, in the short … more
This introduction to the new three-volume “Theodor Herzl: Zionist Writings” is by Gil Troy, who edited the set. The inaugural publication of the Library of the Jewish People, it is being … more
Lawrence resident and Cedarhurst attorney Shalom Maidenbaum has been to Israel more than 30 times, but when he and his wife, Iris, touch down on Monday for the opening of the United States Embassy in … more