November 25, 2014 / 3rd of Kislev, 5775
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Israel & Overseas

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    Forty years ago this summer, 11 athletes and coaches from the Israeli Olympic team were brutally murdered by Palestinian terrorists during the 1972 Summer Olympic Games in Munich, Germany. Stunningly, the mass murder of Israelis – captured around the world on television and radio... Read More
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    Jewish National Fund honored Julie Kahn, Senior Vice President for New England Entercom Communications at its annual Golf Tournament. The event, co-chaired by Matthew Levy and Stephen Karp, took place at Spring Valley Country Club in Sharon, MA. Jeffrey Davis, New England Chairman of the... Read More
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    Vacation isn’t supposed to be dangerous. You get on a plane, you get off a plane, you might take a complimentary shuttle to your hotel, and then you try to relax and not spend a ridiculous amount of money on things you don’t need. When I was in Israel in Project Otzma, every day in... Read More
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    Come join Rabbi Steven Schwartzman of Beth Israel Synagogue, Worcester and Fr. Tomasz Borkowsky, Chaplin at Worcester Technical Institute in Worceter on an unforgetttable Interfaith trip to Israel on Feb. 25th 2013 returning March 9th. Visit the blog for more information:... Read More
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    London’s Wembley Stadium is iconic. Over the years, both in its older iteration and the new Wembley, completed in 2007, it has seen its fair share of mega-events. The 1966 World Cup final (won by England) was mammoth in and of itself, but for people my age the most memorable event held... Read More
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    On July 23, Julie Kahn, Senior Vice President for New England Entercom Communications, will be honored at Jewish National Fund’s annual New England golf tournament. Giving back to the community has always been a big part of Julie’s life. Growing up in Detroit, she was greatly... Read More
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    My name is Abraham Rubin, I grew up in Sharon, MA, and I am a recent graduate of Muhlenberg College where I double majored in Business Administration and International Studies. I decided to apply to Career Israel because although it was not my area of studies, I recently became very... Read More
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    Please join Rabbi Steven Schwartzman of Beth Israel Synagogue in Worcester and Fr. Tomasz Borkowski of WPI on our 2013 Israel Interfaith trip. Our guide Carol Ann comes from an American Interfaith family and has lived in Israel for many years. All information is right here on our... Read More
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    My absolute favorite fact about the Israeli Supreme Court building is that it was designed by a brother and sister architecture team. As someone who shares only one hobby with her brother, petty bickering, I doubt we could even design a Lego building together, let alone a... Read More
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    At the beginning of our visit to Ofra, we were greeted by a little man wearing a baggy button down shirt, cuffed jeans and well-loved sandals, who offered to take us on a tour of his community. From his appearance, one would never guess that this man was Israel Harel, the founder of Yesha,... Read More
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