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My Grandfather’s Holocaust Story: Max’s Life and Legacy

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My Grandfather’s Holocaust Story: Max’s Life and Legacy

In the final segment of this moving series of her grandfather, a Holocaust survivor, Fellowship writer Yonit Rothchild shares the legacy of Max Grinblatt's life that his story be told...

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Reunification of Jerusalem!

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Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Reunification of Jerusalem!

Mayor Nir Barkat invites you to celebrate the 50 anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem. Listen to the voices of modern day Jerusalem as they share why they love this sacred city.

Our Passover Journey

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Our Passover Journey

The Fellowship's Ami Farkas writes about the importance of passing along the meaning of Passover - and in turn passing along faith - to the next generation.

Lessons from a 520-Year-Old Tree

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Lessons from a 520-Year-Old Tree

Tonight at sundown the Jewish holiday of Tu B’Shvat begins. Also known as the New Year of the Trees, this day is a time to celebrate God’s created world. In honor of Tu B’Shvat, Times of Israel blogger Rachel Sharansky Danziger penned a lovely reflection on the significance and lessons of the ancient trees in…

When Did Anti-Semitism Begin?

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When Did Anti-Semitism Begin?

Tomorrow is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a time set aside by the United Nations to remember this dark time in our global history. January 27 was chosen as that was the date of the liberation of the notorious Nazi death camp at Auschwitz in 1945. We created a booklet, Never…

Watch: The Most Beautiful Song About the Ingathering of the Exiles

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Watch: The Most Beautiful Song About the Ingathering of the Exiles

Watch Kippalive, an a cappella band, sing their song "We Are Home," which is about their journey home to Israel. The song is a remake of “500 Miles” by Hedy West, and explains the beautiful journey of aliyah (immigration to Israel) that many Jews make every year to their biblical homeland, Israel.

G’mar Tov from The Fellowship

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G’mar Tov from The Fellowship

Tomorrow is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement and the most sacred day on the Hebrew calendar. In honor of the holiday, we’ll suspend activity on the Bridge blog, and return with fresh content on Thursday, October 13.

Polish Students Fulfill Their Promise to a Holocaust Survivor

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Polish Students Fulfill Their Promise to a Holocaust Survivor

When 77-year-old Holocaust survivor, Anya, was asked to share her survival story with a group of Polish students, she couldn't believe the outpouring of love and support she received. Inspired by Anya's talk, the students cleaned up the overgrown and neglected cemetery in Anya's hometown in Poland where her family…

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