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In Nitzavim/Vayelech, Moses describes the covenant between God and the Israelites, urging them to uphold it and honor the Torah so that they will be rewarded with the gift of life in the land of Israel.
Daniel Shapiro, the former United States Ambassador to Israel, sat down with students at the Kraft Center in New York to discuss the U.S./Israel relationship and the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians.
While interfaith marriage and families have become increasingly more common, growing up with two different religious identities meant I never felt fully Jewish. That is, not until Birthright Israel.
Hillel International is partnering with M²: The new partnership will introduce an immersive and robust six-month professional development opportunity for 25 Hillel professionals with less than five years of work experience.
My first experience with Hillel was attending a bagel brunch for new students during accepted students days at Drexel University.
All week leading up to Yom Kippur I hear people asking one another, “Are you fasting?”