After the widely-acclaimed “Natasha” and “The Free World,” David Bezmozgis returns with “The Betrayers,” inspired in part by the tale of Natan Sharansky. Yevgeniya Traps weighs in.
On their 40th wedding anniversary, Avital and Natan Sharansky went sightseeing in Paris. Instead of romantic hideaways, she showed him places where she organized protests on his behalf.
For many Sephardic Jews, Spain’s new law offering citizenship is exciting. For Israel, it’s embarrassing by comparison to the Jewish state’s ‘right of return.’
Natan Sharansky joined Forward opinion editor Gal Beckerman the relatives of political prisoners in asking the U.S. Congress to speak of their loved ones during meetings with foreign officials.
Diaspora Jews in the advocacy world have returned to Jerusalem like the swallows to Capistrano. They come to debate big issues — but J.J. Goldberg suggests it all feels a bit staged.
Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky turned over the keys to the Jewish school of Gondar, Ethiopia, to the town’s mayor.
Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky and World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder called on the Claims Conference to be reviewed by outside agencies in an investigation following the disclosure of a $57 million fraud scheme.
Benjamin Netanyahu insists he is ‘absolutely’ pushing forward with the plan for a redesigned Kotel to accomodate egalitarian prayer — despite opposition.
After her husband was freed from the gulag, the charismatic Avital Sharansky retreated from the public eye. Until this week, when she raised her voice once more.