Sarah Moosazadeh

Freelancer - Washington Jewish Week

Freelance Writer covering different cultures, faiths and demographics across the United States and world.

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Atlanta Jewish Times

Arno, Frantz Are Top Two at Power of One

More than 300 guests gathered to honor 27 people from Atlanta's Jewish organizations who have demonstrated empathy to people with disabilities at the fourth annual Power of One...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Emory Lecture Turns to Ottoman Empire

The five-century history of Sephardic Jews in the Ottoman Empire is the topic of the 22nd annual Tenenbaum Family Lecture in Judaic Studies on Monday, Feb. 12. "So much of what...

Atlanta Jewish Times

How Israeli Tech Assists Philips Arena, Hawks

A crowd of young professionals packed Philips Arena 's Comcast Business Zone on Wednesday, Jan. 24, to hear Jason Parker discuss the facility's use of Israeli technology. As the...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Breman Exhibit Preserves Iraqi Jewish Heritage

Iraq had a flourishing Jewish community until political regimes forced most Jews to leave. Only a few remain, but people can view their rich culture at the Breman Museum's...

Atlanta Jewish Times

'ICU Grandpa' Comforts Babies at Scottish Rite

When you first hear David Deutchman's voice, you feel a sense of warmth and kindness. The tone matches his personality and is perhaps why babies embrace him when he volunteers...

Atlanta Jewish Times

DeKalb Teacher Accused of Abuse, Anti-Semitism

A teacher has been removed from the classroom at Peachtree Charter Middle School more than a month after students reported viewing a graphic video in class and accused him of...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Israeli Consulate Welcomes New Political Adviser

Maya Fidelman's attraction to people instead of molecules made her forgo a position at Teva Pharmaceuticals to pursue a career in politics, a passion she is fulfilling as the...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Double Standard for Free Speech Seen on Campus

Jewish college students can go to school anywhere and nowhere to feel safe, former University of California President Mark Yudof told a packed room at the Grand Hyatt in...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Koresh's Dances Move Through Mideast, Emotions

Dance is a form of storytelling for Koresh Dance Company 's artistic director, Ronen Koresh. It's also a platform to share his Yemenite culture. Koresh comes from a long line of...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Davis 7th-Graders Hit Road to Compare Religions

Encouraging students to learn about the world around them through different perspectives is one of the Davis Academy 's main objectives. It is also part of an integrated unit of...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Lefont Theater Sold, Becomes Springs Cinema

After more than 13 years under George Lefont's ownership, the Lefont Sandy Springs Theater has been sold to East Cobb resident Brandt Gully. The sale was finalized Nov. 8.,...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Food Paves a Parsi-Jewish Passage to India

Food's power to educate people about cultures united Parsi chef Meherwan Irani (owner of Chai Pani), Jewish chefs Todd Ginsberg ( The General Muir) and Eli Kirshtein (formerly...

Atlanta Jewish Times

4 Questions With Mark Yudof

Mark Yudof had a front-row seat for the rise of the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement on American college campuses as the president of the University of California from...

Atlanta Jewish Times

AJA's Lower School Performs Winnie the Pooh

Atlanta Jewish Academy visited the house at Pooh Corner for the Lower School's performance of "Winnie the Pooh Kids." AJA first- through fourth-graders put on the show twice, on...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Innovative Techniques Help People Trace Their Genealogy

Gary Palgon has worked on genealogy since he was 13 and traced his family to the 1600s in Lyakhovichi, Belarus. He expanded on his findings and offered the Jewish Genealogical...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Persian Artist Preserves Jewish Heritage

Art is an addiction for Jewish Persian painter Dana Nehdaran as it is a platform to share his culture and connect the past and present. His latest series, "Esther's Children,"...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Reform Movement Fights for Israeli Awareness

Debates about Israel's relationship with the Diaspora, its stance on pluralism and the Reform movement's ability to attract people have grown heated at times this year. Prime...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Europe Struggles to Accept Islam

European attitudes toward Islam have shifted since 9/11 regarding the religion's compatibility with democracy, its future in Europe and the refugee crisis. Islam in Europe was...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Rabbi Bortz's Silence Leads to Self-Healing

Rabbi Analia Bortz lost her voice while she took prescription painkillers after a running accident four years ago, and that experience led her on a journey of self-healing that...

Atlanta Jewish Times

Teen Initiative Aims to Drive Engagement

The Atlanta Jewish Teen Initiative is launching programs more than a year after the Jim Joseph Foundation announced it was giving an Atlanta partnership $2.1 million over five...