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2018 – Israel 70 Resources
For 2018, we are delighted to launch a year-long educational project for Israel 70, in partnership with UJIA. Over the course of 2018, we will release five resources that will explore Israel from five different angles, connected to the themes of five of the festivals.
Please also pass the PDF resources onto anyone else you think might be interested in deepening their understanding. It’s free to download and distribute.
Download our Chanukah 2018 resource on the theme of Unity
Download our Sukkot 2018 resource on the theme of Shelter
This is the first ever Sukkot resource created by the Limmud Chavruta Project. Inspired by the symbolism of the sukkah, lulav, and etrog, we invite you to explore the theme of Shelter through the lenses of Sukkot and Israel. When is a home permanent and when is it temporary? Is dwelling in the sukkah the realisation of an ideal or a call to action? Who should seek shelter in the State of Israel? How does God shelter us, and how do we shelter God?
Download our Shavuot 2018 resource on the theme of Pilgrimage, perfect for a Tikkun Leyl Shavuot
The Limmud Chavruta Project is delighted to launch the second in a series of five e-resources over the course of 2018 to mark Israel at 70, in partnership with UJIA. This Yom HaAtzma’ut, we invite you to study Megillat HaAtzma’ut (the Declaration of Independence) with us.
The Declaration of Independence is one of the most important Jewish texts of modern times, and this e-resource offers you the chance to be in dialogue with it and with a range of other texts, traditional and modern, that will help you to deepen your engagement with Israel, Jewish history and the values that underpin Israel 70 years ago and today. Whether you choose to focus on one particular paragraph of the Declaration or study it all, we encourage you to find a partner to learn with and engage in conversation about independence, Israel and your own identity.