Elsewhere: Handwritten deliverance, emigration anxiety, a bittersweet rebirth


Handwritten deliverance: The deadly snowstorm in Nepal that claimed the lives of three Israelis might have been much worse if not for a hand-delivered letter that triggered the rescue efforts.  (Wall Street Journal)

Emigration anxiety: Treating Israeli emigration as a crisis is outdated and discourages an entire generation from creating a meaningful life outside of Israel, writes Neta Alexander. (Haaretz)

A bittersweet rebirth: The reopening of Mumbai’s Nariman House — a Jewish cultural center that was attacked in 2008 — is an important step for the city’s small but thriving Jewish population, writes James Crabtree. (Financial Times)

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