Presentation of Ludovit Feld by Silvia Fishbaum
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The Life of Ludovit Feld
Presented by AJC New Jersey and the Consulate General of Slovakia in New York
Featuring Silvia Fishbaum, Author of Dirty Jewess
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Join us for a fascinating look at the life of renowned artist, Ludovit Feld. Born in Kosice, Slovakia in 1904, Feld was deported to Auschwitz in 1944 where, as a person with dwarfism, he was subjected to the experiments of Dr. Josef Mengele, and forced to become Dr. Mengele’s personal artist. Having survived the Holocaust, Feld moved back to Kosice where he lived until his death in 1991.
Silvia Fishbaum, author of Dirty Jewess and a student of Ludovit Feld’s, introduced by Ladislava Begec, Consul General of Slovakia in New York, will share wiht us his incredible life story and her experience of studying under him in postwar Communist Czechoslovakia, Silvia will also speak about current efforts to keep Feld’s memory and the memory of the Holocaust alive in Kosice.
Rabbi Dr. Kanarfogel Speaks About The Rav
Elinor Grumet ● Yeshiva University Library Staff News
There was a very good feeling in Belfer Hall on February 24, 2019 at 4 P.M. when the YU Libraries and the Revel Graduate School co‐sponsored a Library Book Talk by Rabbi Dr. Ephraim Kanarfogel. The room was a lecture hall with stadium seating, and about 75 people were in the audience. The event was held in conjunction with the SOY Seforim Sale, going on in Weissberg Commons on the floor below. A poster at the entrance to Belfer advertised the event; and the SOY workers announced it on the P.A. system twenty minutes and again ten minutes before it was scheduled to begin.Continue reading “Rabbi Dr. Kanarfogel Speaks About The Rav”
Book Event – Redeeming Relevance in the Book of Leviticus
Join us for the Launch/Celebration of the Final Volume of R. Francis Nataf’s Redeeming Relevance series on the Torah:
Author Event – Dirty Jewess
OU Israel Event – Heal Us O Lord
Bd”H – Father of ‘Lone Soldiers’
Zvika Levy, Israel Prize-winning ‘father of lone soldiers,’ dies aged 70
Zvika (Zvi) Levy, an Israel Prize-winning social activist known as “the father of lone soldiers” in Israel, passed away on Saturday at age 70 after years of suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a muscular disease.
Levy founded the Lone Soldiers organization in 1997, which supports some 3,500 young people annually who leave their families, usually abroad, to volunteer for Israeli army service. The organization also serves more than 1,500 Israeli soldiers who come from disadvantaged backgrounds or are estranged from their parents.
After a long career in the paratroopers unit, he has looked after lone soldiers from more than 40 countries, with most coming from the former Soviet Union, the US, Europe, Ethiopia, and South America.
In the ceremony for the Israel Prize in 2017, Levy accepted his award from a wheelchair, to a standing ovation.Continue reading “Bd”H – Father of ‘Lone Soldiers’”
Memoirs of a Hopeful Pessimist
Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi • Tikkun
“Reading Debbie Weissman’s memoir leaves us with some hope… whose teaching and writing in Israel and the Diaspora and commitment to dialogue between people of different faiths have had a world-wide impact…. An insight into the principles by which Debbie guides her own behavior can be seen as she adopts a modified version of Levinas’ teaching that we should see the “face of God in the Other.” “It would be enough,” she says, “if we could just look at the Other and see a face no less human than our own.”
15% off Urim Publications at Mintzer Bookstore in Gush Etzion
Mintzer Bookstore in Gush Etzion is currently running a 15%-off sale on all Urim titles.
Efrat, Te’ena Commercial Center
Sun-Thurs: 08:30-19:00, Fri: 8:30-13:00
Meet the Author: American Interests in the Holy Land
Come meet author Lenny Ben-David!
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
6:00 PM in the Library of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
13 Tel Chai Street (corner of Rachel Emeinu), Jerusalem
“From the beginning to the end – U.S. Senators visiting the Western Wall in the 1930’s on the cover, to young Bobby Kennedy reporting on the 1948 Israeli Independence war in the last chapter – Lenny Ben-David’s essays and collection of 100 photographs portray the special relationship between the United States and the Jewish population of the Holy Land from a unique and memorable perspective.” – Senator Joseph I. Lieberman
Other works by Lenny Ben-David:
American Interests in the Holy Land (2017)
World War I in the Holy Land (2018)
Biblical Sites and the Jews of the Holy Land (2019)
Revealed in Early Photographs