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Multiple roles, multiple voices: women in action for significative Judaism in Shirat Darom

Multiple roles, multiple voices: women in action for significative Judaism in Shirat Darom

Speaking about a feminine space, a women’s space is always a challenge and a risk. Therefore, like in Judaism, we want to maintain differences to promote personal growth, the growth of communities and the formation of new connections. We are many, with plans and ideas. Dreams and passions.

Diaspora Day

Diaspora Day

For thousands of years, Jews have lived all over the world, spread across five continents. In this dispersion, which was sometimes by choice and sometimes by obligation, the Jews began to create and to establish themselves. The history of Jewish heritage as a nation began outside the land of Israel; and the formation of Medinat Israel is the result of a series of relationships, contacts and migrations to and from the land of Israel.

Hachnassat Orchim: Celebrating diversity in pandemic times

Hachnassat Orchim: Celebrating diversity in pandemic times

In early November of this year, we read Parasha Vayera, which tells the story of Avraham, who shortly after his self-circumcision received a visit from God. Contrary to the ordinary interpretation in which Avraham would have received the divine presence through three angels who would introduce themselves in the form of travelers, rabbinic literature brings another interpretation of this moment.