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Sherri Mandell telling the story of a mother, lost her son to terrorism. (interview in English)

Sherri Mandell is an Israeli-American author, a mother and activist. She is best known as the mother of Koby Mandell, a thirteen-year-old American ..

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Peta Jones Pellach

Peta Jones Pellach reports on President Rivlin and Mahmoud Abbas at the EU in Brussels and Israeli responses to the resignation of David Cameron.

For the latest news in English from Israel, Don't miss our weekly Jerusalem report with Peta Jones Pellach

 

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Sherri Mandell

Sherri Mandell telling the story of a mother lost her son to terrorism. (interview in Hebrew)

Sherri Mandell is an Israeli-American author, a mother and activist. She is best known as the mother of Koby Mandell, a thirteen-year-old American boy who was murdered near their home in the West Bank in May 2001. Sherri is in Sydney as the guest of Chabad North Shore

Seth and Sherri Mandell moved to Israel from America in 1996 because they loved Israel and wanted to put Judaism in the center of their lives and their children's lives.

Their lives were devastated on May 8, 2001, when their 13 year old son Koby was murdered by terrorists. Koby went hiking with his friend Yosef Ish Ran in a canyon near the Mandell's home. There, in a cave, Arab terrorists stoned the two boys to death. The Mandells, parents to 3 other younger children, knew that in order to go on, they needed to transform the cruelty of Koby's death into acts of kindness and hope. For that reason, they created the Koby Mandell Foundation which provides healing programs for families struck by terrorism.

Interview in Hebrew with Nitza Lowenstein

 

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Sherri Mandell, telling the story of a mother lost her son to terrorism. (interview in English)

Sherri Mandell is an Israeli-American author, a mother and activist. She is best known as the mother of Koby Mandell, a thirteen-year-old American boy who was murdered near their home in the West Bank in May 2001. Sherri is in Sydney as the guest of Chabad North Shore

Seth and Sherri Mandell moved to Israel from America in 1996 because they loved Israel and wanted to put Judaism in the center of their lives and their children's lives.

Their lives were devastated on May 8, 2001, when their 13 year old son Koby was murdered by terrorists. Koby went hiking with his friend Yosef Ish Ran in a canyon near the Mandell's home. There, in a cave, Arab terrorists stoned the two boys to death. The Mandells, parents to 3 other younger children, knew that in order to go on, they needed to transform the cruelty of Koby's death into acts of kindness and hope. For that reason, they created the Koby Mandell Foundation which provides healing programs for families struck by terrorism.

Interview in English with Nitza Lowenstein

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  • Duration08 Minutes

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a Dafner

Alex Dafner Yiddish Report 26.6.2016

22 Australian Jews were among the recipients of honours in this years Queens Birthday Honours List and included art collectors; a judge; academics; business and welfare activists and a rabbi.

Australian Jewish community and leaders were shocked and saddened over the bloody attack in the night club in Orlando and send their condolences and expressions of sympathy to the survivors.

A young Australian woman who survived the deadly attack the Sarona Market Centre in Tel-Aviv, recalled how she quickly recovered and donned her Magen-Dovid Adom ambulance uniform and rushed back to help 3 of the wounded Israelis.

The Tel-Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai has been criticised in Israel for implying that the occupation on the West Bank was partly responsible for the attack in the Sarona Market Centre two weeks ago.

Israels ambassador to the UN has been elected to chair the UNs important Legal Committee having received support from 109 countries and despite opposition from the Palestinian and Iranian reps.

ANNS: Sunday 19th June 2016, 2.30PM: Love Struggle and Change: Sholem Aleichems characters. Musical performance and English readings of Sholem Aleichems stories, featuring Ernie Gruner, Freydi Mrocki, Danielle Charak, Jake Dessauer, Andew Firestone and Ben Easton. A free event Co-presented by the Kadimah and the Lamm Jewish Library at the Lamm Library, part of the City of Glen Eira Storytelling Festival.

Wednesday June 22, 7.30PM: YIDDISH COMEDY & MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION: A trip to Sholem Aleichem's Kasrilevke with Dzigan and Marc Caplan (USA). Co-presented by the Kadimah and the Bund, this vort kontsert will be in Yiddish. Tickets at the door: $15/ $10 Members & Concession

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