Jewish learning takes Tel Aviv

In its first year, Limmud aims to reframe Judaism for the White City.

May 21, 2015 14:35
Limmud TLV

Limmud TLV classroom. (photo credit: BARAK BRINKER)


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While it is customary on Shavuot to stay up all night rejoicing and studying Torah, last weekend saw Tel Aviv celebrate the Jewish value of learning in a new light.

For the first time, the global Jewish learning movement Limmud reached the White City, setting the stage for Tel Aviv residents to cross paths with comedians, rabbis and a Supreme Court justice alongside hi-tech gurus, filmmakers and relationship experts.


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