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Akeidat Yitzchak

To learn the story of Akeidat Yitzchak

To understand that Akeidat Yitzchak took place on what is now known as Har Habayit.

To discuss the issue of faith and trust in both Hashem and other people in relation to Akeidat Yitzchak and our everyday lives

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De 12 Shwatiem

De Chanichiem iets te leren over de 12 Shwatiem / Stammen.

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Family Learning - Aliya\ Abraham

To learn together about Aliya. in this pages- about Abraham Avinu. How did Abraham leave him family and him homeland and went to a new land?! We learn from Abraham to trust and believe in ה' . When ה' says to Abraham to go to Eretz Israel. He does not ask any questions. He takes everything he owns and starts out walking to the Promised Land –that is how Abraham become the firs new immigrant to come to the Land of Israel. Abraham is our Father and we walk in his footsteps and we return to the Land of Israel. The land that ה' promised to Abraham and to all the Jews

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Individual Gevura- Yitzchak

To teach about Yitzchak’s gevura, and through him, learn individual gevura. What is Gvurah in our days?

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Rachel & Tolerance

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·         החניך יבין מהי סובלנות ומדוע היא נדרשת בחברה

·         החניך ילמד על רחל אימנו שנפטרה בי"א חשוון ועל גדולתה וסובלנותה.

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