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The Civilization that Refuses to Die: Parashat Tzav

The Civilization that Refuses to Die: Parashat Tzav

The great question raised by parsha of the week Tzav, which is all about different kinds of sacrifice, is not “Why were sacrifices commanded in the first place?” but rather, given how central they were to the religious life of Israel in Temple times, how did Judaism survive without them? Surely there is a lesson here for the Jewish people today.

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THE HIJACKING OF APARTHEID

THE HIJACKING OF APARTHEID

The Palestinians and her supporters have blindly but broadly attempted to brand Israel as a racist criminal state. Countering the libel of apartheid is crucial, which starts with knowing the truth. Richard Heideman outlines the facts.

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Israeli Apartheid Lies

Israeli Apartheid Lies

Anti-Israel Jew hatred expresses itself as legitimate by spreading lies masked as truth, couched in logic that is based on exaggerations, distortions and demonetization of Israel and Jews. Lies of Israeli Apartheid are a part of the claims of BDS movements and must be countered with facts. Don’t believe the lies, and share from these memes to spread the truth as a Virtual Citizen of Israel.

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Who Are You When You Talk About Israel?

Who Are You When You Talk About Israel?

There is a seemingly infinite number of entry points to connecting with Israel, and to expressing that connection.

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Why Israel Education is Important for Jewish Youth

Why Israel Education is Important for Jewish Youth

Today the majority of Jewish people in the diaspora are lost and confused about their own homeland. Have you ever heard about Theodor Herzl, about Ze'ev Jabotinsky, or about Moshe Dayan?

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Border Thoughts.

Border Thoughts.

Nathan Altshuler expresses through verse, what it feels like to be a Lone Solder in the IDF looking out over the border fence.

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Israel, From Every Angle

Israel, From Every Angle

Israel is the definition of multi-faceted. Elad Matityahu takes a look at this diversity through his lens aiming to bring to light the optimism and serentiy found in these multiple states. From winter in Jerusalem down to balmy Eilat, Elad has his own unique point of view.

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No Jew Has to Be a Jew Alone

No Jew Has to Be a Jew Alone

During my gap year in Israel, I learned more about who I am as a person and why this place matters to a young Jew from a small town like me. I hope I can make a difference in bringing Jews together around the world, for the many who cannot come here, to ensure no Jew has to be a Jew alone.

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We Are All Soldiers

We Are All Soldiers

Justin Amler examines the time he spent in uniform volunteering for the State of Israel and how it is not necessary to be in uniform to stand among the defenders of the Jewish Nation.

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