The Fellowship's Ami Farkas writes about a recent visit to the holiest spot in Judaism, where Jews and Christians are forbidden from praying.
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Uri Zvi Greenberg was an Israeli poet and journalist who wrote in both Hebrew and Yiddish.
Next week is Israel’s Independence Day, Yom Ha’atzmaut, so it’s the perfect time to eat some classic Israeli foods, like falafel! Our friends at The Nosher give us a list of 13 different ways to enjoy this delicious Israeli favorite.
Yonit Rothchild, a Fellowship writer who lives in Israel, shares poignant and powerful insights from her mother’s first Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, in Israel.
Since 1954, specialists at Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust memorial, have been working to track all the 6 million Holocaust victims and their stories. They reach out to the Jewish community, survivors, or family members of the victims to add to their ever growing collection of photos and stories – as displayed in the Hall of Names – so that no one will be forgotten. As Holocaust survivors continue to pass away, they are working harder than ever to identify the remaining victims.
When Daniel was diagnosed at birth with severe cerebral palsy, the doctor recommended that his parents leave him behind. His father did just that, abandoning his wife and son. But Danya, Daniel’s mother, loved her son and vowed that she would do whatever she could to give him a good life. Learn how The Fellowship is helping her do just that.
Yael takes us on a tour of Efrat in the Holy Land, led by Efrat's mayor, who teaches us about settlements, as well as the area's biblical history.
Lithuanian Gentile Julija Vitkauskiene and her son sheltered and saved the four-year-old daughter of their Jewish friends and neighbors.
Thanks to your support, the Fellowship-supported WIZO Youth Village, which is home to youth from disadvantaged or dysfunctional families, just finished renovating one of their dormitories that houses 44 youth. This facility will provide a nurturing environment and open doors for discovering new talents, interests, and friends.
A new Israeli device, Upright Go, helps those with office jobs to sit up straighter to avoid back pain or injury. Simply place the device on your upper spine, and it will buzz when you slouch.