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NEUIGKEITEN AUS DEM KERNLAND-November 2021

 Ältere Menschen in Judäa und Samaria brauchen in diesem Winter Hilfe Liebe Freunde, Der Winter hat begonnen! Es ist zwar noch zu früh, um zu wissen, ob wir einen regnerischen Winter haben werden – etwas, das in Israel dringend benötigt wird –, aber wir wissen, dass der Winter immer kalt ist. Und das bedeutet, dass … Read more

Keeping Kosher

What is Kosher? The word kosher is used in many ways. It has become slang for “alright” or “approved.” It is part of the label on certain types of pickles. And it is usually associated with Jews. But so few people really know what kosher is and how it connects to Scripture. Sondra Oster Baras, … Read more

A Visit With Shmuel: Migdalim

Rechalim represents to me, more than anything else, is incredible bravery in the face of enormous security challenges. In this film, I show how Arab homes are located so close to the local kindergarten and how a concrete wall had to be erected to protect the children from Arab snipers.

NIEUWS UIT HET HEARTLAND – November 2021

De oudere bewoners van Judea en Samaria hebben de komende winter hulp nodig. De winter is begonnen! Hoewel het nog te vroeg is om te weten of we een regenachtige winter zullen krijgen – iets wat hard nodig is in Israël, weten we wel dat de winter altijd koud is. En dat betekent dat voor … Read more

Elul-The King is in the Field

The month of Elul is the 6th month of the Jewish year and the month that immediately precedes the month of Tishrei, when the Bible commands us to celebrate a variety of holidays: Rosh HaShana (the Jewish New Year), Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) and Succot (the Feast of Tabernacles). Yet, the month of … Read more

Nahala Summer 2021

Raising the Next generation of pioneers Shima is a small, relatively isolated community in the Hebron Hills, where core values of “love thy neighbor” and commitment to reviving the Jewish presence in Biblical Israel run deep. They have passed these values to the next generation, raising their children to be responsible and contributing members of … Read more

A Visit With Shmuel: Samaria Region Emergency Center

Partner with Samaria Region Fire Station https://youtu.be/2OfQzHGAVOY Israel is finally getting back to a sort of normal and we are traveling freely now.  So I was very excited to be able to visit the Samaria Regional Security Center and see for myself how the dedicated staff and volunteers of Samaria are protecting the men, women … Read more

Community at a Glance: Alei Zahav & Leshem

I first visited Alei Zahav more than 20 years ago.  It was a small, rather sleepy, community, populated almost entirely by secular Jews.  They had a strong connection to the Land of Israel and were proud of their community.  A few years later, I visited again and encountered residents who had grown older and were … Read more

Passover: Celebrating Freedom

On Passover, Jews celebrate the Exodus from Egypt, that defining moment in Jewish history when they went from a motley group of slaves to a nation of God. Freedom is an important theme of the holiday but what does freedom mean?

Introduction to an Orthodox Jewish Passover Seder

Each year, and for thousands of years, Jews celebrate the Holiday of Passover with a special Seder meal, reminiscent of the final meal in Egypt just hours before the Exodus. But the Jewish seder is full of traditions, Biblical and post-Biblical texts, matzah, wine, unique food samplings, and of course children! This is your unique opportunity to really understand what a Jewish seder is all about