JPost – To the Diaspora, with Love

To the Diaspora, with Love – opinion Decades after the end of World War II and the creation of Israel – two penultimate events in our people’s modern history – the Jewish community continues to struggle with assimilation. By Rabbi

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A Thousand Words – September 5, 2022

As 24 alumni families are busy settling in to their rabbinic and educational shlichut in locations across the globe, the Beren-Amiel and Straus-Amiel Emissary Training Institutes are already looking toward the next destinations. This week, new program participants from the

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Algemeiner – The DNA of a Rabbinical Emissary

The DNA of a Rabbinical Emissary Rabbi Nir and Andy Koren, June 8, 2022 Nations, just like individuals, possess a certain genetic makeup that defines their behavior, growth, and progress. For the nation of Israel (i.e., the Jewish people), and

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Arutz 7 – Refugees Remember the Fallen

Refugees Remember the Fallen A special Yom Hazikaron ceremony was held in the Jewish community of the city of Lodz, Poland, in memory of Israel’s fallen soldiers and victims of terror. Nitzan Kedar, May 4, 2022 As Israel marks Remembrance

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JPost – Independence Day Around the World

Independence Day: Here’s how Jewish communities around the world are celebrating Jewish communities around the globe have created events for Yom Ha’zikaron and are beginning to celebrate Independence Day. Zvika Klein, May 4, 2022 In India, a small hut that

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Shabbaton – OTS Shlichim On the Map

On the Map: Shlichim who have it in their DNA A family affair: Can going on shlichut be genetic? As it happens, quite a few shlichim express an interest in this area after their parents/siblings or even in-laws were shlichim

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