In the name of love

Uniting women affected by terrorism.

August 10, 2017 20:59
2 minute read.
Expelling darkness

Expelling darkness: (from left) OneFamily office manager Dina Keat and CEO Chantal Belzberg with speakers Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi and journalist Sivan Rahav Meir.. (photo credit: MEIR PAWLOWSKY)


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Baseless love – could it be the answer to our problems, the antidote to baseless hatred? OneFamily certainly believes so, having made “baseless love” the theme of its conference for women held on July 26 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Jerusalem.

The conference was held days before Tisha Be’av, the holiday that remembers the tragedies of Jewish history, mainly the destruction of the two holy Temples. It is said in the Talmud that baseless hatred is what destroyed the Second Temple.


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