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This Purim We Built a Community.

Published August 8, 2013

This year, the kids in Sderot gave instead of received. “The kids felt empowered. They were strong enough to help someone else.”

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A Path to the Fathers

Published August 8, 2013

As the children entered the transformed room, their eyes widened. The walls were draped in color, the floor was carpeted in Persian style rugs… in one corner King Solomon presided in purple robes on a red velvet throne, the Beit Hamikdash in full view through the window – some of the children literally jumped when they heard the trumpets announcing his entrance.

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Behind the Beard, Without the Kippa

Published August 8, 2013

On a clear day in Gush Etzion, you can see for miles. And if you know the history of the region, you can feel its spirit in your bones. You drive along the highway, pass the different yishuvim, point out Yeshivat Har Etzion, fall silent where hundreds fell in the War of Independence and you hear the place crying out triumphantly, “Am Yisrael Chai.”

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Walking down the streets of Yerushalayim today is nothing less than a miracle. Each day, as I breathe in the Yerushalayim air, take in the myriad of Jewish faces on the street, and watch the Egged busses hurtle past the Israel Center, I thank Hashem for the miracle of Yerushalayim.

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