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A joint effort between the Jewish Agency and Hillel seeks to help students establish a meaningful connection to Israel.

October 25, 2012 11:33
Pro-Israel students on US campus

Pro-Israel students on US campus 521. (photo credit: Courtesy JAFI)


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When Eran Hoch introduces himself to university students at Orange County, California, campuses and says he is going to talk about life in Israel, the first thing he does is present a map.

Surprisingly the 25-year-old from Mazkeret Batya doesn’t take out a map of Israel, but one of Eastern Europe, where he explains that his ancestors lived before making aliya. Hoch says he uses his map as a prop to show that “no matter where in the world a Jew lives, whether in Los Angeles or in Givatayim, we are all one family.”


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