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Mothers at the Heart of the Family Day

Mothers at the Heart of the Family Day

Remember, children and fathers: On the second day of the [Hebrew] month of Adar 5712, we will celebrate the first Mother's Day in the State of Israel. That day, don't let your mother stand in line, cook, or do laundry; you will take care of all these tasks. That day, try to make your mother proud.” Read about the shift from “Mother’s Day” in Israel to “Family Day."

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Industry of Lies: Media, Academia, and the Israeli-Arab Conflict

Industry of Lies: Media, Academia, and the Israeli-Arab Conflict

Ben-Dror Yemini presents an in-depth analysis of the many inaccurate and malicious accusations leveled against Israel and refutes them one by one in this thought-provoking and well-researched volume that invites us to rethink the causes and consequences of the Israeli-Arab conflict.

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I Am Zion, Hear Me Roar: Women Fulfilling Herzl’s Vision

I Am Zion, Hear Me Roar: Women Fulfilling Herzl’s Vision

Join The Israel Forever Foundation in an exploration of the connecting principles of Zionism and feminism, and their relevance today in our lives as working women and career-minded mothers.

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Blessing for Maddie on Her Bat Mitzvah

Blessing for Maddie on Her Bat Mitzvah

What do we hope for our children? On Maddie’s Bat Mitzvah this was my prayer for her and for all of our people.

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The search for moral equivalency between Biblical violence and Koranic Violence

The search for moral equivalency between Biblical violence and Koranic Violence

Is the Koran more violent the Bible? Or is it the other way around? Michael Lumish tackles this question and suggests a better question to ask.

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Accomodation vs Inclusion: How Israel is Unique

Accomodation vs Inclusion: How Israel is Unique

The community of Gush Etzion has made a decision, as parents, as people, as a municipality, that the quality of life, education and experience of special needs’ students is a communal responsibility.

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Inclusive Israel: Resource Packet

Inclusive Israel: Resource Packet

In the following packet we have attempted to define what the Israel Forever Foundation sees as the underlying principles of the Israeli approach to inclusion, including examples of specific initiatives. Our hope is that these will provide inspiration for inclusion in Jewish communities everywhere and provide an additional way to connect with Israel.

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Daniel Pearl and Intersectionality

Daniel Pearl and Intersectionality

On February 1st, 2002, Jewish American journalist Daniel Pearl was murdered by jihadist terrorists in Pakistan. Today, how many people remember Daniel? And when they do, do they do it with honor and reverence for his memory or has intersectionality become more important?

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Making Inclusion a Reality

Making Inclusion a Reality

When an Israeli Air Force Pilot was left paralyzed and facing restrictions to accessing aspects of everyday life he knew he had to act. Access Israel was born and has played a vital role in building an inclusive society.

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Park Chaverim Ra’anana: Inclusion, because that’s what friends do

Park Chaverim Ra’anana: Inclusion, because that’s what friends do

Park Chaverim (Friendship Park) is Israel's first fully inclusive and accessible playground and the model for many other inclusion parks around the world

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