Jewish girls’ school surprises couple who converted to Judaism with wedding in Israel The students took it upon themselves to organize the entire wedding, including makeup, catering, and music, so that Haya and Eliav could celebrate the Festival of Freedom
Tu B’shvat program highlights importance of Jewish Diaspora While most Diaspora communities look to Israel for direction, one local program is looking to strengthen Diaspora Jewry Dena Wimpfheimer, Jan 28, 2021 While most Diaspora communities look to Israel to celebrate
Outdoor rest area honors memory of Dvir Sorek, killed in 2019 terror attack Students cleaned up the wooded area and created a path to the site, where they placed benches and picnic tables they made themselves. (June 10, 2020 / JNS) Nine months
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 (JTA) — I didn’t start learning the Talmud to take a stand or voice an opinion. When
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
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
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