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We’re excited to introduce our brand new 3-Part Webinar Series for Spring 2018: Asking the Why: The Jewish in Jewish Youth Engagement!
Learn about our Movement’s work to oppose any efforts to boycott, divest from or sanction Israel.
When King Solomon decided to build the temple in Jerusalem, he hired the best artists, architects, and stonemasons. The work came along a little slower than King Solomon expected, and he decided to check in on what was taking so long. What did he find? Listen to this story, retold by Cantor Rosalie Will.
Yom HaAtzmaut, Israeli Independence Day, marks the establishment of the modern state of Israel in 1948. It is observed on or near the 5th of Iyar in the Hebrew calendar, which usually falls in April.
Israel has been called the "gay capital of the Middle East," which is no surprise to many of its supporters who have been touting its outstanding record on gay rights for years.
In Israel, the term "mixed cities" usually refers to five cities: Akko (Acre), Haifa, Jaffa (the southern quarter of Tel Aviv), Ramle, and Lod.
The relations between Jews and Arabs in Israel inevitably reflect the ongoing confrontations between Israel and the Palestinians and between Israel and neighboring Arab countries.
The Druze community in Israel consists of Arabic-speaking believers from an 11th Century off-shoot of Ismaili Shiite theology.
Intrinsically linked to Israel's war of independence against the countries that surround her, Yom HaAtzmaut symbolizes the belief that by standing strong, the state of Israel will persevere for all time.