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Matot

Matot

By: Rabbi Loren Sykes, Director of Israel Immersives When August approaches in Israel, the temperatures rise and what was a mostly green landscape turns varying shades of brown. We are entering the hottest part of the summer when it is often over 90 degrees during the...

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Machaneh Etgar

Machaneh Etgar

By: Ben Markbreiter, MBI Today concluded a multi-day seminar on MBI called Machaneh Etgar. This is a very meaningful seminar on MBI as it helped in preparing our chanichimot to come back to their machanot as leaders. The main goal of Machaneh Etgar is to give...

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My Experience

My Experience

By: Molly Cohen, Bus 10 This trip has truly been one of a kind. I am extremely grateful that I was able to travel around and to Israel with my camp friends and people I've known my entire life. Even though the desert brought its challenges at the end of the day it was...

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Yom Habo

Yom Habo

By Ben Markbreiter, Habonim Dror, MBI Shabbat Shalom MBI Families, I want to take this blog post to tell you all about a very special event that happens every MBI: Yom Habo. As many of you might know, Habonim Dror is not just based in North America. There are Habonim...

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Pinhas

Pinhas

By: Rabbi Loren Sykes Director of Israel Immersives This week’s Torah portion in Israel, Parshat Pinhas, is chock full of interesting issues ranging from the Jewish calendar to the extremism, from explanations about why the Levites do not get a land inheritance at all...

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Reflecting on my experience thus far

Reflecting on my experience thus far

By: Brandon Popper, Bus 11 My name is Brandon Popper and I’m going to be reflecting on my experiences in Israel! The first week was very eventful for me. We were first met by our counselors in Tel Aviv and then descended south for our desert adventures. The desert was...

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NFTY in Israel believes the opportunity to travel to Israel is one that cannot be missed. Many organizations support our mission of sending teens to Israel for a fun, educational and meaningful journey. To help offset the cost of a summer on NFTY in Israel, local communities, such as synagogues and federations, provide scholarship and financial aid to families.

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