Michele Chabin |
Jerusalem — The Israeli government has agreed in principle to provide “significant” financial aid to cash-strapped Hadassah Medical Center provided the hospital cuts expenses and staff — another 350 jobs are slated to be cut by 2016 — and finds ways to increase income, according to the hospital’s director-general.
Rabbi Gerald Skolnik |
Special To The Jewish Week
In 1971, when I was a student on the Junior Year Abroad program at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and my love of the Hebrew language was really coming into its own, I fell head over heels in love with Arik Einstein’s music, and that feeling only got richer and deeper through the years.