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Two Zionists from Brooklyn — one a prominent Lawrence-based criminal defense attorney, the other a renowned constitutional scholar — came to Congregation Beth Shalom on Sunday to help … more
Amid the billowing smoke across the nearby Gaza border, deep in Israel’s Negev, the new community of Shlomit laid a cornerstone for their future community center. The new structure will serve … more
Not only didn’t the recent troubles along Israel’s borders stop any of the 232 North Americans who planned to make aliyah on Tuesday’s Nefesh B’Nefesh charter flight, but … more
A Brooklyn Heights couple continued their ongoing commitment to assisting Israel’s fire and rescure operations on Monday, laying a timecapsule in a new fire station they are helping to finance … more
About 20 veterans commit suicide across the U.S. each day, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. An organization providing spiritual healing, suicide prevention and peer support … more
Seventy Jewish National Fund supporters gathered at the home of Jodi and David Pollack in Woodmere last Sunday to support JNF’s Task Force on Disabilities.The event raised funds and awareness … more
More than 1,500 potential olim attended New York's annual aliyah “mega event” on Sunday. The day-long Nefesh B’Nefesh fair, at John Jay College on Mahattan’s West Side, addressed the range of opportunities and challenges … more
The Midrash in Kohelet Rabbah teaches that G-d told man, “Be careful not to spoil or destroy my world—for if you do, there will be nobody after you to repair it.” For more than a … more
Israel has reached an important milestone in its development as a nation, says Jewish National Fund CEO Russell F. Robinson. “I think this is our moment of real Zionism.” For Robinson, … more
Hannah Slavsky’s Pop-Pop, along with other family members, gave her an awareness of the life-saving work firefighters do. As a child she washed fire trucks and checked to make sure vital … more
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