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  • Herzl: A visionary father of a nation

    By Tom Tugend

    August 15, 2012 | 10:45 am

    Theodor Herzl was an assimilated Viennese journalist who became the unlikely founder of modern Zionism and a main catalyst for the creation of the Jewish State of Israel.

    That much most of us know in broad strokes, but for those thirsting for a more detailed picture of the man’s...

  • Leon Uris, macho man

    February 3, 2011 | 12:41 pm

    Jews take pride in calling themselves “the people of the book,” and while there’s something a little vainglorious about the phrase—all peoples have books, don’t they?—its appeal is easy to understand. For millennia, in the absence of land and power, Jews found a kind of...

  • Moses: I Googled myself and all I got was 31,700,00 results

    By JewishJournal.com

    December 16, 2007 | 9:27 pm


    Four-seven percent Internet users Googled themselves last year, not counting those who Google themselves secretly under a sheet or something.

    That’s the report from the Pew Internet Life Peeps:

    NEW YORK - More Americans are Googling themselves — and many are checking out...

  • Better late than never, Theodor Herzl, children reunited in death; Ex-N.J. Governor McGreevey’s Isra

    September 28, 2006 | 8:00 pm

    Theodor Herzl, Children Reunited in Death
     
    Two of Theodor Herzl's children were reinterred in Jerusalem after decades of debate. Hans and Pauline Herzl, who died in 1930 and were buried in France, were laid to final rest alongside the Zionist visionary at the cemetery that carries...
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  • Herzl’s Heirs

    By Rob Eshman

    July 1, 2004 | 8:00 pm

    Years ago I wrote a novel.

    I don't remember how many years ago, but I began it on a typewriter, so you do the math.

    I was in my early 20s and living in Israel, and it's barely an exaggeration to say I was touched by everything I saw and moved by everyone I met.

    This was the plot of...