Neveh Channah

“I wasn’t even aware that the fact that I am a girl was a factor to consider…”

  OPINION At 17, I’m the youngest woman to complete the seven-plus year study of the Talmud HILA SCHLAKMAN | JANUARY 10, 2020 12:59 PM EFRAT, West Bank (JTA) — I didn’t start learning the Talmud to take a stand or voice an opinion. When I started learning a page of Talmud per day (Daf Yomi) at age …

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Hila Schlakman finishes daily Talmud learning cycle, may be youngest woman yet

Hila Schlakman

Hila Schlakman finishes daily Talmud learning cycle, may be youngest woman yet “With the fuel each page gave me to learn the next, I can truly say it’s an endeavor which brought me so much, and I look forward to starting the next cycle,” said the 17-year-old from Efrat. January 6, 2020 / JNS  As …

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Above and beyond

Getting a certificate of thanks

Ninth graders at OTS’s Neveh Channah Girls’ High School, Named in Memory of Anna Ehrman, undertook – of their own initiative – a fundraising campaign in memory of Lieutenant Yuval Heiman, a graduate of OTS from Efrat who was killed in action during Operation Protective Edge. The students were moved to build the campaign after …

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A Great Miracle Happened Here

Neveh Channah Hosts Sderot girls

The “Etrog” program has been a staple of OTS’s Neveh Channah High School, in Memory of Anna Ehrman for many years; each Wednesday afternoon, students opt to participate in this special beit midrash initiative which includes a shiur focusing on avodat Hashem. But the program features more than just learning. For example, in November, as Israelis …

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Our Hearts will Continue to Beat as One

Following the recent terror events in the region, approximately 2,000 youth from Gush Etzion formed a human chain this morning with the help and cooperation of the Gush Etzion Community Council. The human chain, which began at Gush Etzion Junction and ended at Kibbutz Kfar Etzion, passed by the bus station where Dalia Lemkus hy”d was murdered last week, …

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Rachel is Weeping Over Her Sons

Students from the ETROG advanced Beit Midrash study program at  Neveh Channah High School for Girls in Gush Etzion created two beautiful mosaics in memory of the three murdered teens Gilad Shaar, Eyal Yifrach and Naftali Frankl. One sign, which says “Rachel is weeping over her sons” (Jeremiah 31:15), was placed at the site from where the …

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