Editor, Daveed Fakheri
سردبیر داوید فاخری
English, September 4 . 2010
Iranian, Shahrivar 13 . 1389
Hebrew / Israeli, Elul 29 . 5770
The same bacteria that make your sweaty socks smell are responsible for some 1.7 million hospital-associated infections in the US alone. An Israeli antibacterial fabric may offer a solution
The stars are both behind the cameras and onscreen at Israel's annual women's film festival, which thi year focuses on women who live with ongoing, national conflict.
Raymond-Raoul Lambert, born in Paris in 1894,
was an ambitious and courageous man. Like many
he took part in World War I,
and was proud to serve his country. Between the world
wars he edited a Jewish newspaper in France, and after
the Nazi rise to power in Germany he became a
major figure in social welfare organizations
that assisted refugees who reached France
and Germany from Eastern Europe. Lambert
believed in France's declared, fundamental values.
He did not sense any contradiction between his
Jewish identity and his French identity;
in fact, he believed in a symbiosis between
Jews and Frenchmen.