Monday, March 2, 2015 AdarI 11, 5775

Amishai Gottlieb

Multimedia Reporter
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Moishe House, an international network of communal homes that serve as hubs for those in their 20s, has plans to open a house for Russian-speakers in Philadelphia.
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At least seven local nonprofits offer a growing array of year-round activities for Jewish young adults — but are they reaching their target audience and fully addressing their needs?
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As the groups focused on reaching the local young professionals scene have evolved over the years, so have their staff members. Here are mini-profiles of a few of the newest additions.
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After a drop in visitors to Israel this past summer due to the conflict with Hamas, Uzi Landau turned to Philadelphia's Jewish community in search of a lift.
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Zuhdi Jasser, a Muslim who staunchly supports democracy, spoke at a StandWithUs luncheon about the importance of combatting the ideology of radical Islam.
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Profile

Amishai Gottlieb, a Mt. Airy native, joined the Jewish Exponent as a multimedia reporter in January 2014.

He made aliyah in 2006 and served as a paratrooper in the IDF. After his army service Amishai worked as a breaking news editor for the Jerusalem Post and he completed his B.A. in English Literature at Bar Ilan University in 2013.

He moved back to the Philadelphia area in November 2013.

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