Nishmat Blog

After 50 Years, A Tangle Of Emotions

Six Americans who made aliyah in the wake of the Six-Day War reflect on the complex feelings and the knotty politics, then and now. BY NATHAN JEFFAY May 17, 2017, 9:28 am THE ...

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"I would like to see changes occurring in ways that will not tear us apart, said Rabbanit Henkin speaking at a panel on Women and Halacha in London last week.

Partnership minyanim 'enhance Judaism' President of Bar-Ilan University’s Institute of Advanced Torah Studies spoke in favour of the ordination of women at debate in London last ...

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WATCH THE NEW NISHMAT VIDEO

We are pleased to present Nishmat's new video featured at our American Friends 27th Anniversary Gala Dinner last week. Enjoy and share with your friends!  Visit Nishmat's ...

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Columbus Congregation Torat Emet Learns at Nishmat

Rabbi Howard Zack and Rebbitzen Linda Vlosky Zack, together with members of Congregation Torat Emet in Columbus, Ohio, visited Nishmat this week as part of a Yerushalayim ...

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Shana Ba'Aretz Students Make Aliyah

After officially making aliyah last week, Shana Ba'Aret Shana Ba'Aretz (pre-college) students Gabriella Feldman from West Hempstead, NY and Aliza Katz from Toronto, ON ...

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Nishmat Founder First Woman to Address Jerusalem Day Ceremony

Rabbanit Chana Henkin received the prestigious Yakir Yerushalayim Award this week from Mayor Nir Barkat on Yom Yerushalayim, marking 50 years since the ...

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If I Forget Thee, O JerusalemMaybe Its Not the End of the World?

A tiny thought for my friends thinking about their futures: the dreamers and the realists and all those in between. Anybody who has spent a year in Israel post-high school is familiar with the ...

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