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Dealing with IfNotNow's "Facts"

Dealing with IfNotNow's "Facts"

Yisrael Medad takes a closer look at IfNotNow's new Stay-After-Birthright campaign with its "Ask Us" theme. This is an important breakdown of alternative facts and how lack of knowledge damages the Jewish community.

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Mom, what’s a Jew?

Mom, what’s a Jew?

What’s a Jew? A religion? An ethnicity? A culture? And what does Israel mean for me? Israel Forever intern Aubrie Jaworowski takes us on her journey to her Jewish identity.

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A second chance in Israel

A second chance in Israel

Israel Forever intern Eric Blatt describes how he didn’t experience that magical spark many describe connecting them to Israel. It was only when he took a second look, without expectations, that he found his Israel connection.

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All In - Israel

All In - Israel

Israel Forever intern Marshall Ivler describes what made him realize that “living Jewishly” was not the same as having a strong Jewish identity and that having a firm grasp on identity and connection to the heritage of the Nation of Israel is of vital important.

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What's New With Israel Forever

What's New With Israel Forever

The Israel Forever Foundation has accomplished a lot in 2018 and with your help will be able to accomplish even more in the months and years ahead!

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Israel & Gaza

Israel & Gaza

At times of conflict between Gaza and Israel the media seems inundated with material on the subject but at the same time it is very difficult to get a clear and straightforward picture about what is actually happening. Israel Forever has put together teaching resources to clarify the confusing as well as facilitate effective discussion on this subject.

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My Liberation is Bound With Yours

My Liberation is Bound With Yours

Israel Forever’s Sophie Leib-Neri discusses the Chicago Dyke March as an example of intersectionality taken to an extreme that defeats the original goals of the feminist movement.

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A sapling from Anne Frank’s chestnut tree grows at Yad Vashem

A sapling from Anne Frank’s chestnut tree grows at Yad Vashem

A sapling from Anne Frank’s chestnut tree grows at Yad Vashem. In this article, Gil Zohar tells us about the tree and its significance, giving us the opportunity to consider how we can make sure Holocaust and Hatikva, memory and hope, are passed on to the next generations.

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