With all of the challenges that have come during this pandemic, there is a field in the Jewish world that continues to thrive.
There’s a slow-moving revolution happening in Jewish day schools.
Moment conducted an interview with Doug Seserman, who became the chief executive officer of American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev last year. He has a new vision of what the American organization means to Israel and to American Jewry.
To many, the words “Israeli wine” conjure up the culinary memory of the tooth-achingly sweet wines poured at Passover seders of yore. But the idea that Israel produces nothing but sugary kosher wines is a myth—in fact, Israel is home to hundreds of vineyards producing high-quality wines, many of them on par with those produced in traditional wine-making countries like France and Italy.