• Archive: Jewish Denominations In Israel

    By Sally Bronston, NFTY-SO President 5768-5769 If you asked Israeli Jews what movement of Judaism that they identify with, they might have to think about it for a second before giving you an answer. Israelis don’t think about denominations of Judaism the way we do in America.

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  • Archive: Israeli Mishlachat at URJ Camps

    By Rachael Pass, NFTY-OV President 5768-5769 I have attended the Goldman Union Camp Institute for seven years. Every summer, I go to GUCI for the best time of my life: best friends, best learning experience, best song sessions, best counselors.

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  • Archive: Experiencing Israel

    Written By Jonny Newburgh, NFTY-NEL RCVP 5768-5769 My trip started with the famous 10-hour plane trip that many NFTYites have taken over the Atlantic Ocean. Once we arrived at Ben Gurion Airport we went through an hour of customs.

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  • Archive: Generational Leadership and the Future of Israel

    Written By: Zach Newburgh, NFTY-NEL President 5766-5767 Since God’s call to Abraham, Lech Lecha, Israel has captivated the hearts and minds of the Jewish People. Throughout our plight in exile, we have yearned for the redemption of our homeland and have remembered Jerusalem – ‘even in our darkest hours.’ The importance of Israel is not.

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  • Archive: A NFTY-EIE Summer

    By Hope Spector, NFTY PAR Programming Vice President 2007-2008 By coming back to the place that has remained the same; you see the ways in which you yourself have truly altered. In essence, this is exactly what happened after this summer on NFTY’s EIE Summer Semester; where thirty-two strangers lived on a Kibbutz, worked together,.

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  • Archive: “Ani V’Atah Nshaneh et HaOlam” – You and I Can Change The World

    Written By Elaina Marshalek, NFTY CWR RCVP 5766-5768 It was Simchat Torah, the day of the year in which we celebrate the rebirth of the Jewish people, the renewal of a new generation, the day in which thousands traveled from all over the world to come together in song and dance, to make all melodies.

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