MERCAZ Olami and Masorti Olami once again bring you four interesting and relevant discussion pieces to add to your Seder that connect you with Israel and the Jewish People.
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In the last few days, the Israeli news has been filled with nothing but conjectures about which parties will make up the new government in Israel and when the Prime Minister will be sworn in. But this week, I am in Los Angeles for the Masorti Olami and MAROM AMLAT Leadership Seminar and all the Americans can talk about is whether or not the singer Beyonce lip synched at the recent inauguration ceremony for President Obama.
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When Rabbi Tzvi Graetz was a little boy in the Israel of the 1970s, he would visit the shuk, or market, with his father every High Holiday season to buy flags to wave during Simchat Torah, when the giving of the Torah is celebrated.