As part of RZA-Mizrachi’s worldwide celebration of the 74 thanniversary of the state of Israel, Rabbi Yehuda Turetsky, ram at Yeshivat Sha’alvim, will be the scholar-in-residence this Shabbat, May 28, at Congregation Keter Torah, 600 Roemer Avenue, Teaneck.
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(Courtesy of The Jewish Home) The Jewish Home Family is set to host a virtual event about the elderly Jews living in Ukraine and steps being taken to help them during the war. Jonathan Ornstein, who heads the JCC of Krakow and coordinates efforts on behalf of refugees, will be speaking, with introductions by community rabbis that
(Courtesy of OIC) With 60 of the top names in the American religious Zionist community in tow, the Orthodox Israel Coalition (OIC) debuted its first-ever unified float on Fifth Avenue for the world-renowned Israeli Day Parade on May 22.
The OIC is a broad-based group of the 10 major Modern
(Courtesy of Bnei Akiva) Across the country this past weekend, tens of teens and staff from New York boarded a bus alongside hundreds who flew or embarked on day-long bus rides from multiple cities all across the U.S. and Canada—all headed to meet both old friends and new at one destination: Bnei Akiva’s annual Israel
(Courtesy of UJA Federation) Fifth Avenue sparkled in blue and white on Sunday, May 22 for the Celebrate Israel Parade, the world’s largest demonstration of support for the Jewish State. The event was produced by UJA-Federation of New York, the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) of New York and the Consulate
RPRY’s display at the Celebrate Israel Parade on Sunday, May 22 was fabulous! The dancers, marchers and music added so much ruach. The banners were colorful and the T-shirts were bright and eye-catching. The school got so many compliments from spectators and judges alike! Everyone was so proud to walk down Fifth Avenue in support
Moriah’s fifth-eighth graders couldn’t wait to join in this year’s Israel Day Parade. The parade was a brand new experience for all students, aside from the eighth graders, so the excitement was palpable. The seventh and eighth graders had the privilege of carrying huge Israeli flags and banners, and a few