Now that Peres is gone, Jane Eisner finds herself asking: Who will dream hopefully on behalf of all Israel’s people?
Donald Trump may have angered some in the so called “alt-right” with his debate reference to the 400 pound hacker who may have been behind the DNC data breach, but most extreme-right activists were looking for other messages in Trump’s 90 minute performance.
Most people knew Shimon Peres, who died on September 28, as a president and prime minister with a 60-year career in public service. But to a handful of Israelis, he was also a neighbor.
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If you go back to the very beginning of Shimon and Sonia’s complicated relationship, it was just a girl, a boy, and a teenage crush.
Ferdz Capacia, Shimon Peres’s Filipino caregiver, said goodbye to his “VIP boss” in a tender note on Facebook after Israel’s ninth president passed away on the morning of Wednesday, September 28.
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