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The haredi community steps out

Haredi leaders are stepping up from within the community itself and establishing programs to more fully integrate haredim into society.

By Rivkah Lambert Adler
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Rabbi Dov Lipman's latest book explores history and ideology of aliyah

The book delves into a talmudic discourse that analyzes Judaism’s stress on Jews living in this land and its fundamental role in the Jewish identity.

Ari Fuld
APPRECIATION: Driven by a love of Israel

Recognizing that life is a gift and an opportunity, and that we must use every skill and moment that we have for others – our family, our state, our land, our people – is Ari Fuld’s legacy.

Former MK Dov Lipman poses with the Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team at the World Lacrosse Champions
Iroquois Nationals's incredible journey to Israel

For the Iroquois Nationals, getting to Israel for the lacrosse World Championships was the real battle.

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Dov Lipman leaving political sphere, aiming for 'new opportunities'

"New opportunities have just opened up that have the potential to make real change on the ground in Israel. For me at this time, it is too good an opportunity to pass up."

Saving Africa

The “We Are the World” singers declared that “love is all we need.” The world must go way beyond loving one another and donating.

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Meet my new friend Hussein

One line from George Orwell’s 1984 changed Hussein’s life: “You are never crazy even if you are a minority of one.”

Yesh Atid Chairman Yair Lapid speaks at a press conference, November 2017
Yesh Atid expanding English activities

Yesh Atid has released its seven point plan for the future of Israel that is available in English.

Netanyahu at the knesset
A Jewish state cannot tolerate corruption

"I hope that the anti-corruption demonstrations continue from both left-wing and right-wing Israelis."

Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid at the Knesset plenum discussing goverment allowances for the handicap,
A tale of two bills

One would bar officials with moral turpitude, one would handcuff the police.

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