$100K Zionist Prize From Irving Moskowitz & Cherna Moskowitz
Israel: is in a tough neighborhood — thankfully many work tirelessly to ensure the country remains safe. A few years ago, The Moskowitz Prize for Zionism was established by Dr.: Irving Moskowitz: and: Cherna Moskowitz: as an expression of support for people who put Zionism into action in today’s Israeli society.
Winners this year included Tzvika Slonim, founder of the: Ariel: University: Center, Yitzchak Glick of the: Emergency: Medical: Center: in Efrat and Nitsana Darshan-Leitner, Director of the: Israel: Law: Center.
“The prize was established in recognition of the people who put Zionism into action inIsrael: today— at times risking their own personal security, placing the collective before personal needs and doing what it takes to ensure a strong, secure Jewish homeland,” said Cherna Moskowitz.
Darshan Leitner was named by: Israel’s leading business newspaper as one of the Jewish state’s 50 Most Influential Women.
Ze’ev Jabotinsky, the Zionist prophet said many years ago: “To me “Jew” represents an honorable title, not an accident of birth.” Clearly these folks represent the best amongst a special people.
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