Halevi, a native Israeli who grew up in Italy, Egypt, Belgium and Denmark, told the audience about his experience with anti-Semitism. Ignore it, or understand why she calls you that. Country - ISR In it Halevy portrays 'Naor', a member of a Mista'arvim unit.

During his three-year mandatory service in the Israeli Defense Forces, he joined the special forces Samson Unit that focused on undercover military operations against Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip, and later served as an officer in the elite special operations force Duvdevan Unit noted for undercover operations in urban areas, during which its members often wear Arab civilian clothes as a disguise. Fax: 972-3-561-3699 On TV Tonight covers every TV show and movie broadcasting and streaming near you. Tsahi Halevi, who plays a lead character named Naor in the Israeli political thriller “Fauda,” spoke to more than 20 Temple University students about his life story, acceptance of diversity and his acting career. He had no prior acting experience when he landed his starring role in “Fauda,” which will air its third season on Netflix in 2019. An Israeli agent comes out of retirement to hunt down a Palestinian militant he thought he had disposed of years ago. After retiring from the Israel Defense Force, Doron is working on a vineyard. He gets roped back into active duty, though, upon learning that an enemy who Doron thought his unit had killed is still alive and plans on attending his brother's wedding. In 2014, he portrayed 'Shlomi Daddon' on the Hot 3 television series Metim LeRega alongside Agam Rudberg, Ofer Shechter, and Yuval Segal. "- by James Wolcott. Biography.

The Jerusalem Post Customer Service Center can be contacted with any questions or requests: Telephone: *2421 * Extension 4 Jerusalem Post or 03-7619056 Fax: 03-5613699 E-mail: subs@jpost.com … Halevy grew up knowing how to speak five languages: Hebrew, Arabic, Spanish, French, and English.

“We chose to look at the positive side and not the opposing people,” Halevi said. Telephone +972-3-761-9056 Tzachi Halevy was born in Petah Tikva, Israel, to a Sephardic Jewish family. After retiring from the Israel Defense Force, Doron is working on a vineyard. If you logged in using a service such as Facebook or Google, you may still be logged in there. The Average Tomatometer is the sum of all season scores divided by the number of seasons with a Tomatometer. Halevi’s willingness to embrace those around him is what led him to his current relationship with Muslim journalist, Lucy Aharish.

But their October wedding made national news in Israel, and the couple was criticized for their decision to marry outside their respective faiths. “In ‘Fauda’ you see we’re all human beings with feelings,” Halevi said. He is divorced from the Israeli dancer Una Holbrook, with whom he has a son. E-mail: subs@jpost.com, Sign up for The Jerusalem Post Premium Plus for just $5, Upgrade your reading experience with an ad-free environment and exclusive content, Jared Kushner, Melania Trump suggest time has come for Trump to concede, Kamala Harris: We will restore aid to Palestinians, renew ties, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, former chief rabbi of Great Britain, has died, Israeli minister warns of war if Biden returns to Iran Deal, Iran offers Arab states 'mafia deal' of security or punishment after Trump, Copyright © 2020 Jpost Inc. All rights reserved, תמונה זוגית ראשונה היישר מהחתונה של לוסי אהריש וצחי הלוי! Hillel welcomes students of all backgrounds and fosters an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning and Israel. In 2014, he collaborated with Idan Raichel and wrote the French song "Petit Roi". Original Air Date - Saturday 3rd September 2016 You are now logged out of www.hillel.org. That year, he also appeared on Betulot as 'Haim Toledano', and worked alongside Sasson Gabai and Maggie Azarzar.

The Dec. 3 event was hosted on campus by Owls for Israel, a pro-Israel group at Temple University Hillel.