nearly 10,000 shekels raised to help a Bnei Menashe widow with Coronavirus

An interview with Shavei Israel's deputy director, translated from the original Spanish, as it appeared in Semenario Hebreo Jai, the Jewish newspaper in Latin America. Interview by Janet Rudman Tell us about yourself in a few words. I am very honored that Semanario Hebreo wants to conduct...

Parshat Vayetze- written by Rabbi Reuven Tradburks Our Parsha begins with Yaakov fleeing the land of Israel from Esav’s murderous intent and concludes with his return to the land of Israel.  He dreams as he leaves of a ladder reaching to Heaven, G-d promises He will...

As part of the expanded Shavei Israel online programming to provide services for our communities throughout the world, we have been holding a wonderful Zoom series in Spanish. In the following excerpt, hear from Federico Pipman, who made aliyah from Argentina 11 years ago, as...

Just in time for Rosh Chodesh (beginning of the month of) Kislev, an updated version of Shavei Israel's Chanukah guide in Polish has been prepared and is being readied for printing and distribution for the Jewish community in Poland. Our emissary, Rabbi Yehoshua Ellis, as...

The national monument Cattolica di Stilo (a byzantine church in southern Italy) does not cease to surprise for its ability to be also representative of a historical, cultural and artistic intertwining that belongs to our entire beloved Calabria. In fact, an important testimony of what...

When Shlomo Haokip Telngoh was seven he dreamed of making aliyah and becoming an IDF soldier. Twenty years later, when he finally made aliyah, his age and circumstances made him ineligible for the draft. Not one to give up easily, Shlomo petitioned the army three...

We’re going to be bringing 250 new immigrants. With your help it will be possible! Here’s the story of one family who is anxiously awaiting: For Ofer Kolny, 44, making aliyah has been a dream for him and his wife and their two children. A college...

There is so much to say about Beresheit that I am afraid to open my mouth. With every new beginning there is the fear of failure, and we witness quite a bit of failure in our Parsha. Both Adam and his first born sin, and...