And on the trillionth day — give or take — Hollywood created 3-D.
Nearly two dozen best-selling and award-winning writers soon will be making their way to Israel. Such celebrated authors as Paul Auster, Simon Sebag Montefiore and Jamaica Kincaid will participate in Jerusalem’s second International Writers Festival, scheduled from May 2 to May 6. Set to feature more than 20 foreign authors, the festival line-up also includes writers from Italy, Germany, Russia and Ukraine. Many of the writers will team up with top Israeli novelists for conversations open to the public.
The dispute between Israel’s Magen David Adom and its American fundraising arm has reached a critical point as the Israeli organization has formally announced its intention to sever its contractual ties with American Friends of Magen David Adom.
A bill in the Knesset that would effectively amend the Law of Return, making many converts to Judaism ineligible, has provoked an unusual backlash from the American Jewish establishment.
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