NEW MIDDLE EAST: A century after the British, one of many nice powers throughout World War I, issued the Balfour Declaration, new nice powers are overshadowing the Middle East, in response to former Mossad director Efraim Halevy. The ex-spy chief will share his experience as he discusses this matter on the upcoming buffet brunch of the Israel British Commonwealth Association in Herzliya Pituach on Sunday. Although few who haven’t heard him converse are more likely to realize it, Halevy was born and raised in London, the place he was a member of Bnei Akiva. “He wrote me that Northwest London arouses many nice reminiscences, the IBCA’s Renee Singer informed Haaretz. “We are so pleased with him as a result of he did so properly in such a place.” Singer stated Halevy will ship his lecture after the anticipated crowd of over 120 friends has brunch, and the lectured can be adopted by a Q&A session. For extra information, name Renee at (052) 545-5634.
FERTILE TOPIC: Many Israeli couples face infertility issues, but the topic stays an enormous taboo. Director and actress Meirav Zur attracts on her personal expertise to tackle this concern in her one-lady comedy “Inconceivable” at Tel Aviv’s Habima this Wednesday. “I made it funny because I wouldn’t have been able to talk about it otherwise,” she informed Haaretz. Having prevented speaking about her personal challenges for years, she lastly opened up theatrically, together with her husband’s encouragement. “The main thing is that it’s an icebreaker about women’s health issues,” she stated, noting that it appeals to each males and women. “People who went through it relate to it; the others who had friends but never really knew anything were just happy to know more about it. They felt it was a little springboard for discussion.” Dramaturgy is by Natalie Fainstein, and the styling is by Wendy Lehmann. For tickets, go to https://tixwise.co.il/en/ishabima.
HOME ALONE (NOT!): Next Friday, the Lone Soldier Center in Memory of Michael Levin will have fun the official opening of the Norton and Sylvia Alevy Bayit L’Chayalot in Jerusalem, which can serve feminine lone troopers. It will home 10 feminine lone troopers and a reside-in counselor. “Each of these wonderful young women has demonstrated selfless dedication to serving the people of Israel,” stated Richard Corman, the middle’s vice chairman of group providers. “This home reflects our commitment to support their IDF service, to minimize their hardship, and to express to these lone soldiers the gratitude of the Jewish people both here in Israel and throughout the Diaspora.” Alex, a lone soldier from New Jersey serving within the IDF’s Search and Rescue Unit stated: “To live in a space with other female lone soldiers who understand what I go through in the army is amazing. I am never lonely. I come home to a family and a community.”
Rank and File was compiled by Steven Klein.
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