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The Sticker Song

The Sticker Song: A Peulah based on the Bumper Sticker song by HaDag Nachash.

Goal: Through discussing the different bumper stickers portrayed in the song, and their underlying messages, the hanikhim will come to a greater understanding of the divides between different groups in Israeli society today.

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Peula

Israel Update

1.        For the chanichim to have better understanding of the way the Israeli political system works.

2.        To deal with and better understand some of the political debates/conflicts in

Israel.

Ages: 12-175200 viewsView DetailsView
Movie

4 Expressions Of Geula

סרט בן 10 דקות על 4 לשונות גאולה, אותם פעלים שמלווים אותנו לאורך ההיסטוריה.

Ages: 6-1210901 viewsView DetailsView
Peula

Mia

Goals:

The chanichim will understand the dilemma that the government is faced when a soldier is kidnapped, and feel connected to the difficulty and pain on a personal level.

The chanichim will become familiar with the stories of the major MIAs.

Ages: 12-208143 viewsView DetailsView

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