Israel & Abroad

Peru

FJMC Goes to Peru

For DR. GARY and LEAH SMITH, the highlight of the joint FJMC/Masorti Olami trip to Peru was Shabbat in a very small town

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Jews in Georgia

A photo essay

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A Personal Miracle: The First Masorti Rabbi in Ukraine

RABBI TZVI GRAETZ introduces a young man whose journey is inspiring

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Facts You Might Not Know About Masorti

There is a great deal to know about our movement in Israel, according to RABBI ALAN SILVERSTEIN

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Israel for Kids

There is a lot to do in Israel for children of all ages, from petting zoos to scavenger hunts in Jerusalem, according to AVITAL COHEN

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On A Mission to Israel

On a recent trip to Israel, RABBI ROBERT SLOSBERG was exhilarated by the thriving Masorti movement but discouraged by some of its challenges

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Masorti Makes History

President Shimon Peres addressed the Conservative movement in Israel at its 35th anniversary gala

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Volunteering in Israel: Transmit, Transform, Connect

No longer do volunteers in Israel have to limit themselves to picking oranges on a kibbutz. JUDY DVORAK GRAY introduces a new organization and its Volunteer & Study partnership with the Conservative Yeshiva

by Judy Dvorak Gray | 1 Comment
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Tehran’s Friends in America’s Backyard

According to HAL WEITZMAN, the United States should be more concerned than it appears to be about Iran’s growing influence in South America

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Rabbis Without Borders

RABBI REBECCA W. SIRBU explains how an organization helps rabbis find wisdom in Jewish tradition so they are better equipped to help people in their communities

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