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Miriam Metzinger

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Miriam Metzinger is a freelance writer and editor who lives in Jerusalem with her husband and 3 children. She also writes a column for "Living Jewish," an English-language publication and is the Jewish Family blogger at Families.com.
The Drug Dealer Who Found a New Addiction
Yakov Baruchman was on the verge of making the deal of a lifetime. Yakov trusted himself, an expert judge of character, a king of his own underworld that extended from an appliance store in Tel Aviv to the alleys of Amsterdam. The guys drove up in the car...
A Mother's Story of Hope, Faith and Gratitude
In North Miami Beach, Florida, August 23, 2007, a family barbecue was transformed from simple summer fun to a catastrophic event which would permanently alter the lives of the Schwab family. Four-year-old Aliza Schwab was found unconscious at the bottom o...
Judy Feld Carr's Secret Rescue of Syrian Jews
The Canadian musicologist and mother of six supported her household and raised a family while almost single-handedly rescuing 3,228 Syrian Jews. "There were no typical days," recalls Judy...
Triumph over Terror
A year after the devastation in Mumbai, Moshe Holtzberg's life continues, much like the life of any other boy in Israel. His parents' presence warms his life like a bright and distant sun.
The Aleph Institute: Reaching out to Jewish Prisoners
Sarah's husband had been sent to prison. Her emotional support, the father of her children and the family's breadwinner was now incarcerated as she was left in the pain of solitude.
When the Nazis invaded Poland, Leon Leyson was ten years old. He recalls, "Suddenly, I lost my most basic rights. I was hungry and frightened all the time."
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