Israeli immigrants get bat mitzvah’d, a gay French performer prepares for Eurovision despite death threats, and Netta releases a new song.
One day, Jessye Stein, a computer teacher on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, was trying to persuade a student to return to his Lakota language class when the young man suddenly posed an unexpected question. “He asked me where I come from, where my people come from and what my ancestral language is,” she recalled. Stein, 24, told the student she was Jewish and that her ancestors spoke Yiddish. But that just prompted the next, obvious question: “He asked me if I could speak Yiddish,” she recounted. And when she said no, he accused her of being a hypocrite.
The Anti-Defamation League signed a letter initiated by Native American groups to NFL players urging them to speak out for changing the name of the Washington Redskins.
120 tattoo artists worldwide inked up clients worldwide with the ancient Indian symbol — abused by the Nazis — as part of campaign titled ‘Learn to Love the Swastika.’
A planned concert by the Bavarian State Orchestra and renowned conductor Zubin Mehta in Indian-controlled Kashmir has angered separatist groups in the disputed Himalayan region, and security forces are mounting a major operation to keep the visitors safe.
הצהרות של ראש הממשלה בנימין נתניהו ושר החוץ של הודו סומנהאלי מלאייה קרישנה. Statements by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Indian Minister of External Affairs Somanahalli Mallaiah Krishna צלם: רועי אברהם, מקליט: איתמר בוטון, לע”מ. Stay updated with the PM’s Twitter, Facebook and Flickr Twitter- twitter.com Facebook- www.facebook.com Flickr- www.flickr.com
My happiest memories of my father are of mid afternoon Fridays, the only time we would find him in the kitchen. A flock of six kids, like turtles making their journey back to the sea, trekking back home tired and famished on mid afternoon Fridays.
Makes approximately 10 cakes