Bnei Akiva members dance across the globe

Youth movement creates video of members dancing ahead of annual conference; issues such as aliya, Israelis living abroad to be covered.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 5, 2011 22:06
Bnei Akiva members dance across the globe

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Ahead of the World Bnei Akiva religious Zionist youth movement's 12th international convention "Beshlihut Hamedina," to be held next week, the movement produced a clip showing BA members dancing all over the world.

The conference is expected to be attended by 150 delegates from 23 countries including: Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Austria, Belgium, Italy, Netherlands, Hungary, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Switzerland, Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Panama, Great Britain, Israel, the US, Canada, Germany and France.

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Bnei Akiva's shlihim (emissaries) around the world will be given a special tribute at the conference.

Among other issues to be discussed at the conference are Israelis living abroad, Bnei Akiva's relation to the Reform and Conservative youth movements, and aliya.



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