Rosh Hashana Recipes
From: The Hadassah Everyday Cookbook: Daily Meals for the Contemporary Jewish Kitchen
Rosh Hashana is just around the corner, and if you’re looking for inspired recipe ideas to share with your members, look no further than our new Hadassah Everyday Cookbook. Author Leah Koenig describes her Apple Walnut Muffins as “reminiscent of a Rosh Hashana apple cake,” and her Slow Cooker Applesauce solves the problem of what to do with the bounty of fruit you come home with after apple picking.
The Hadassah Everyday Cookbook
Daily Meals for the Contemporary Jewish Kitchen
"How lucky Hadassah is to have Leah Koenig, one of the rising stars in a new generation of Jewish food writers, compose this latest Hadassah cookbook…. The recipes Leah showcases in this cookbook are simple, delicious, good for us and attuned to our times." —Joan Nathan, from the Foreword
UDI Recap & Update
Last week, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas submitted an application for full membership at the United Nations, followed by Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's addresses to the United Nations General Assembly.
Hadassah New England to Dedicate New Unified Headquarters
National President Marcie Natan to Officiate
Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist
Organization of America, is proud to announce that its New England chapters and regions have
united under a single roof to form a brand new entity, Hadassah New England.
Remarks of President Barack Obama – As Prepared for Delivery Address to the United Nations General Assembly
New York City - September 21, 2011
One year ago, I stood at this podium and called for an independent Palestine. I believed then – and I believe now – that the Palestinian people deserve a state of their own. But what I also said is that genuine peace can only be realized between Israelis and Palestinians themselves. One year later, despite extensive efforts by America and others, the parties have not bridged their differences. Faced with this stalemate, I put forward a new basis for negotiations in May. That basis is clear, and well known to all of us here. Israelis must know that any agreement provides assurances for their security. Palestinians deserve to know the territorial basis of their state.
Protect Charitable Giving Incentives
Hadassah joins fellow Jewish and other philanthropic groups in speaking out against plans to decrease charitable giving tax breaks, which encourage donations for countless programs and services in the United States and around the world.
Hadassah Magazine Sweeps Awards Again!
It gives us great pleasure to inform you that Hadassah Magazine has won three American Graphic Design Awards. The prizes for design excellence are administered by Graphic Design USA magazine.
A New Year… a New "Language"
For the Youth Aliyah students in the Joy of
Judaism course, Hebrew is the beginning of their search for understanding
their Jewish roots.
Philanthropists Meet Hadassah in Aspen
Karen Davidson hosted a special evening at her home on August 4th to introduce a group of distinguished philanthropists to the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower, Hadassah's new in-patient facility currently under construction in Jerusalem. Guests from the Aspen community, other parts of the United States and abroad attended the event.
President Shimon Peres Hosts Hadassah National President Marcie Natan And Former National President Nancy Falchuk In Honor Of Hadassah’s Centennial
President Shimon Peres hosted Hadassah national president, Marcie Natan,
and immediate past president, Nancy Falchuk, today at Beit Hanassi (the
president’s residence) in honor of Hadassah’s centennial year and to pass on a
“Birkat HaDerech” (Blessing for the Road) for the future of the organization.
Hadassah National President Marcie Natan & Barbara Goldstein Among The Participants At Year Course Opening Ceremony
For the 63rd year, Young Judaea Year Course opened with the powerful message, “Year Course is not a Year Off, it’s a Year ON!” 260 Young Judaeans, FZYniks, Israeli Scouts, and many enthusiastic staff gathered on the grass at Bet Ar-El, their Jerusalem campus and welcomed the new year with the sound of shofar blasts, song, dance and heartfelt speeches.
Hadassah National President Meets With Israel’s Minister of Health
Hadassah National President Marcie Natan today met with Israel’s Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman to discuss current health issues in Israel. Hadassah Medical Organization Chair Joyce Rabin was also part of the meeting.
Poignant Art Exhibition at Hadassah Hospital
Sa'ad El-Kikh, from the village of Tsurif near Hebron, had an accident at work 18 months ago that mangled his hand. Hadassah’s Dr. Carole Pidhorz saved his hand and reattached the palm.
Prof. Eyal Mishani was elected as Director at Large of the Society of Radiopharmaceutical Sciences (SRS). He will serve as one of only 5 members of the Society's executive.
Petition: Release Alan Gross from Cuba
During the last several months, Hadassah and its coalition partners have been advocating for the release of Alan Gross, a Jewish American from Maryland arrested during a humanitarian trip to Cuba. In February, Hadassah joined the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations in urging Cuban President Raúl Castro to release Gross. Since then, Gross has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for "actions against the integrity of the state" and has lost his only appeal opportunity.
Prescriptions For Marijuana For Pain Relief Expected To Continue To Rise
The number of authorizations for medical marijuana could reach as high as 40,000 in the next five years, predicted Dr. Elyad Davidson of Hadassah’s Pain Management Clinic. In the past two years alone, he reported, about 6,000 patients a year have requested and received marijuana for medical purposes.
Women's Equality Day, 2011
The 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution tore down the last formal barrier to women's enfranchisement in our Nation and empowered America's women to have their voices heard in the halls of power. This Amendment became law only after decades of work by committed trailblazers who fought to extend the right to vote to women across America. For the women who fought for this right, voting was not the end of the journey for equality, but the beginning of a new era in the advancement of our Union.
Hadassah Is My Home
A Friday Story
Every year, talented Hadassah doctors are presented with exciting and challenging possibilities of pursuing their education and research abroad. Because we believe good medicine thrives on exposure to ideas, we encourage them to take advantage of the opportunity and assist them when we can.
If your area is hit by Hurricane Irene, you can contact your local Jewish Federation for help and information, in addition to following your local media instructions. Look up the phone number for your Federation before the storm hits, and keep it handy.
Solidarity with Israel Letter
In order to show solidarity with the people of Israel—particularly the residents of southern Israel who have been under the constant threat of attack—The Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations has created a Solidarity with Israel Letter to be sent to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Shimon Peres.