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Anne Heyman, Jewish Philanthropist, Dies in Florida Horse-Riding Accident

By Dave Goldiner

Anne Heyman, Jewish Philanthropist, Dies in Florida Horse-Riding Accident
Anne Heyman, a pioneering Jewish philanthropist who founded a youth village for victims of the Rwanda genocide, has died in a Florida horse-riding accident. She was 52.Read More


Anne Heyman's Sudden Death Plunges Rwanda School Into Mourning

By Dave Goldiner

Anne Heyman's Sudden Death Plunges Rwanda School Into Mourning
A trailblazing Rwanda school for genocide orphans was plunged into intense mourning by the death of its founder Anne Heyman — revered by students as a “second mother.”Read More


South African Jews Slam Benjamin Netanyahu's Snub of Mandela Memorial

By Dave Goldiner

South African Jews Slam Benjamin Netanyahu's Snub of Mandela Memorial
South African Jews sought to distance themselves from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s controversial decision to snub Nelson Mandela’s memorial service.Read More


Jews Pay Emotional Tribute to Nelson Mandela, 'Joseph' of South Africa

By Dave Goldiner

Jews Pay Emotional Tribute to Nelson Mandela, 'Joseph' of South Africa
Thousands of Jews packed a Johannesburg synagogue to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela — a man they dubbed South Africa’s Joseph.Read More


South African Jews Mourn Nelson Mandela, 'Mensch' of the Nation

By Dave Goldiner

South African Jews Mourn Nelson Mandela, 'Mensch' of the Nation
South African Jews mourned Nelson Mandela as a down-to-earth ‘mensch’ who paved the way for freedom — and ensured a place for the community in the ‘rainbow nation.’Read More






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