Wednesday, June 26, 2019

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Monday evening, April 27, rabbinical figures, MKs, community members and the press attended a conference held by The Barkai Center for Practical Rabbinics at a local Modiin shul. Barkai trains rabbis to be pulpit rabbis and the purpose of the evening was to give recognition…
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The first museum to pop up in our heads regarding World War II is Yad Vashem and the six million who were killed by the Nazis. There’s another part of the story that most people don’t know about – the 1.5 million Jews that fought…
Sara Goldstein, 16, recently took part in a school trip for 11th- and 12th-graders from Pelech Kiryat Ekron. Here her mother, Leah (click to read article Seventy Years Later: Why Do We Still Need to Remember the Holocaust?), interviews Sara about the trip and her…
This may sound like a weird or even insulting question, especially if the "we" is taken as meaning the Jewish people. Of course, we as a nation must never forget the terrible events of the Holocaust, the unspeakable cruelty – both physical and emotional –…
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 17:30

Shabbat Dinner for Lone Soldiers

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Bat-Ami Frankel and Jennifer Kovo are coordinating a Shabbat Dinner from the Modiin community for approximately 100 lone soldiers at the Michael Levin Lone Soldier Center in Tel Aviv. 
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