1. Kids Crying on the Bus

    Kids Crying on the Bus

    Only In Israel! A Regular Bus Trip by Tzvia Ehrlich-Klein, Jerusalem This bus story took place several years ago on the #11 bus from Shuafat (a suburb of Jerusalem, now called Kiryat Shlomo). A friend, Miriam L., was one of the first passengers on the bus that day since she...

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  2. I Was Waiting For You

    I Was Waiting For You

    L, T I Was Waiting For You by Tzvia Ehrlich-Klein, Jerusalem This is a true story that happened to me several years ago, but it is a story which I will never forget. Because of it, I now have a “thing” about locking front doors, though, truth to tell, I...

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  3. Enough Already!

    Enough Already!

    Only In Israel! 244 words Enough Already! by Tzvia Ehrlich-Klein, Jerusalem Rebbetzin B. recently told me this true story: She and several members of her family were traveling in a taxicab on Chol HaMoed Sukkos. Their ride began near Kikar Safra, which is in the center of Jerusalem: They needed...

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  4. A shaggy dog tail?

    A shaggy dog tail?

    Patches of damp fog swirled around the departure gate as hurrying passengers embarked for their final call for the El Al flight to Tel Aviv. Among the excited throng was an elderly handsome lady wrapped in a fur cape and walking with an aristocrat bearing, which was appropriate considering her...

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  5. Lior Zorno

    Lior Zorno

    Lior Zorno – Hefetz At the age of 26, this impressive young woman has managed to influence a whole city in Israel. Born in Mexico, this idealistic will-driven woman has decided together with her new husband Matan, to set their home in the difficult city of Lod. Today, with a...

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  6. A Jew’s Inner Cry – Part 2

    A Jew’s Inner Cry – Part 2

    Breaking Away From Hare Krishna In 1977, I went to England all the while thinking I would go back to India. The Hare Krishna’s had arranged my accommodation in the UK. I was soon to find out that there was also a Beatle’s connection in my ‘Wandering Jew’ episode! When...

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  7. A Jew's Inner Cry – Part 2

    A Jew's Inner Cry – Part 2

    Breaking Away From Hare Krishna In 1977, I went to England all the while thinking I would go back to India. The Hare Krishna’s had arranged my accommodation in the UK. I was soon to find out that there was also a Beatle’s connection in my ‘Wandering Jew’ episode! When...

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  8. The Aliyah Intersection

    The Aliyah Intersection

    I left the synagogue feeling great, there’s nothing like praying & then shmoozing with other Jews. A few of us turned left and took a path that narrowed, as it crossed over a polluted stream. Our attention was focused on a squirrel that swiftly darted up a tree. How I...

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  9. Is Money Key To Promoting Aliyah?

    Is Money Key To Promoting Aliyah?

    By: Batya Medad I made the decision to make aliyah and live in Israel as a teenager, before meeting my husband, after taking on, due to the influence of NCSY, the more “accepted” or “popular” mitzvot like Shabbat and kashrut.  I remember how I announced it to my parents. In a way...

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