Meitarim

Meitarim Raanana One knows that a school based on Jewish Pluralistic education is succeeding when the students who attend don’t know how or where their friends place themselves on the spectrum of Jewish observance. When

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MDA

Magen David Adom Volunteer carrying an oxygen tank Courtesy: Magen David Adom At the tender age of 26, Yochai P. is already a veteran volunteer. As a young teenager, Yochai

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Red Sea

Save the Red Sea Friends of the Earth Middle East (FoEME) needs your help. Israelis, Palestinians and Jordanians work together at FoEME to protect our common environment and create viable conditions

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Misgav

Walking for Women’s Health In the United States, races or marathons to raise awareness about health issues and funds for research have become common events. But in Israel, even talking about

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Ilanot

Ilanot School for Special Education Summer camp. Photo: Ilan Foundation Our first impressions of Ilanot School in the Katamon neighborhood of Jerusalem were the bright colors, the well-tended

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SAVE

Save A Child’s Heart Save A Child’s Heart [SACH] says it all. When children with heart disease from developing countries are diagnosed and treated by a team of Israeli

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Desert Embroidery

Desert Embroidery Using the colors and designs of times past with the cloth and cuts of today, Bedouin women in the Negev make desert themes come alive. The embroidery motifs are based

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Lilith

Lilith Restaurant Project Lend-A-Hand by eating in a trendy California-style restaurant? So what’s the deal? Situated in the business district of Tel Aviv, Lilith Restaurant offers a diverse choice of

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Woman to Woman

Woman-To-Woman How do women in Israel deal with “the situation”? For the last two years, a group of women in Efrat and elsewhere in Gush Etzion have taken it

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DVI

Smiling Children “Dear Trudi, I think a lot about you and D.V.I. these painful days for you and Israel. It hurt me so much to see and hear

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