Rosh Hashanah should remind us of our origins as a people and our shared heritage in spite of being scattered across the four corners of the earth. With everything happening in the world, how can we afford NOT to include also a reflection of how our connection to Israel, our ancient homeland, can be emphasized, celebrated, strengthened in our hearts, in our homes, our communities, and with our family and friends?
Rosh HaShanah is a time of reconnecting - with ourselves and with each other. In Israel, the chagim - חגים are a national celebration for religious and secular alike. Learn here what Rosh HaShanah means in Israel to Israelis!
What are you cooking up for the chagim? Why not add a taste of Israel to your table, and let the aromas and flavors of your celebration remind you of your home far away, and forever in our hearts. Download your free Chagim Cookbook for Rosh HaShanah, Yom Kippur break the fast, and Sukkot recipes and start Cooking Israel today!
Every time the Red Alert pinged on my smartphone, letting me know another rocket had been fired toward my homeland, my heart ached while my mind became ever more determined to grow the work of The Lone Soldier Project™ of The Israel Forever Foundation.
Whoever believes will never be afraid to lost our country to those who hate. And even when the whole world joins along, a higher power keeps us strong! THIS Rosh HaShanah song will definitely inspire YOUR Israel Connection and Pride!
The world seems to have returned to an era of scapegoating worthy of Medieval times. A quick search on the internet would also have you believing that 9/11 was caused by Israel. What matters is our resolve to stand united against these lies.
Feel the magic Of a new day Open your heart To a fresh start Send your fears away. So many new hopes Waiting to find you. Open your eyes The dreams you prize Are all around you Dip your apple in the honey, It's Rosh Hashanah!
Israel’s recent annexation of 1,000 acres of land in the West Bank doesn’t change anything on the ground, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has actually been remarkably constrained in settlement construction.
We are in Israel is because it belongs to us and we belong to it. It is no less a part of our Jewishness than the Torah. We don’t require legal arguments or scientific proof to justify our claim to Israel. To us, Israel and the Jew belong to each other because it is inherent in our heritage.