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Ma’agal, hosted by Camp Alonim just outside Los Angeles, CA on May 26-28, 2015, is a unique opportunity for rikud specialists from Jewish camps of all kinds — from the dance-obsessed to “what does rikud mean again?” (it means dance!) — to learn everything they need to take their camp's Israeli dance programs to the next level. Connect with a new community of Israeli dance professionals and be part of a growing network that will exist throughout the summer and for summers to come.
Updated: Apr. 29, 2015
'The Bible Project” is a new online resource which connects Hebrew Songs and Israeli Dances based on words from the Hebrew Bible (Tanach) with their original sources. It links to the weekly Torah reading (Parsha), or other Biblical section in which the words appear. It cross-references to the Jewish festivals and other occasions for special readings; and it cites the Talmud references where appropriate. In addition, we've included some basic explanations of synagogue liturgy and custom under the headings of Aliyah, Haftarah, the Hallel Prayer, and Daf Yomi, the Daily Talmud readings.
Updated: Oct. 06, 2013