My Brothers’ Keeper

Kol hakavod to the OTS family in Israel and around the world for displaying solidarity with their fellow citizens under fire. These young boys and girls, men and women prepared care packages and cooked Shabbat food for the embattled residents

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Is Israel failing the Diaspora?

Is Israel failing the Diaspora? The COVID-19 crisis demands a re-evaluation of what it means to be “one Jewish community.” Help and solidarity cannot—and must not—be a one-way street. Oped by Rabbi Dr. Kenneth Brander  (May 10, 2020 / JNS) On Monday evening,

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Worldwide prayer in memory of Pittsburgh victims

Worldwide prayer in memory of the victims of the Pittsburgh massacre Evyatar and Rachel Hacohen, who serve as emissaries in California, initiated a joint prayer of 300 students from 11 schools across the United States and South America. By Yoni

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Acheinu Kol Beit Yisrael

Acheinu kol beit Yisrael – We must always remember that we are all, in fact, one family. On Sunday, Midreshet Lindenbaum‘s Maria and Joel Finkle Overseas Program came together with the Elaine and Norm Darkaynu Program, the Amlat Program and the

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Neveh Channa solidarity with Pittsburgh

A Thousand Words – October 29, 2018

Hundreds of OTS students sent love, hope and support to their brothers and sisters in Pittsburgh, PA, following the murderous attack on the Tree of Life synagogue on Shabbat Parshat Vayera.  Students across the network also said Tehillim and held

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Ner Neshama

Standing in Sadness and Solidarity

The Ohr Torah Stone community in Israel and around the world is shocked and horrified by the senseless murder of worshipers at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh on Shabbat. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of

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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

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