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OUR HISTORICAL MYOPIA

Alan Dvorquez, Sgan Guizbar, Tnua Tzeirei Ami In the Jewish cemetery of Warsaw – among the gray tombs, mold and dampness of August – a semicircular dome crowns the monument dedicated to three greats of the Jewish culture of the nineteenth century. Three big ones that unfortunately vanished from our collective memory.Their names: I.L Peretz, …

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THE LEGACY OF THE HERO WITHOUT A CAPE

Sarit Mizrahi Dabbah, chavera of Hanoar Hatzioní, Ken Hagshama, CDMX. “Remember and not forget” is something we have always been told when we commemorate the Shoah. Remember the victims, the dehumanization, the death of millions and millions of people. Remember and appreciate what you have, because in the blink of an eye everything can disappear… …

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It’s all about attitude

By: Gabriel Degen Hanoar Hatzioni has always believed that Jewish, Zionist, humanist and pluralistic education embodies the goal of “Hagshama” (“fulfillment”). This notion exhibits a focus on three major circles of identity; the personal, the national and global identity. To practice this philosophy, a person must invest in the following elements: To accept the commitment …

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Daniela Rapp’s experience in “Manhigut Lelo Gvulot”, as a volunteer on Poland’s border with Ukraine

By: Daniela Rapp March 28, 2022 From our experience at the Humanitarian Aid Center in Przemyśl I took several images.In this article I want to share the first image that I took, which is that of the first visit, when we arrived on Thursday around 9pm to the Center to know it, feel it and …

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