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The Story of Gush Etzion
Salomon Says

The Story of Gush Etzion

A vital reminder to live with purpose.


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Visitor Comments: 31

(26) Ja'akov Markus, July 12, 2011 11:00 AM

Religious ecological yishuv Negev Israel

My dream/purpose/mission in life is to create a religious ecological yishuv in the Negev. A place where Torah, ecology, study, theory and practice in daily life meet. Where people live/work with respect for each other and for the environment. can participate with their programme 'Aish HaTorah's Eco-Fellowships' but who wants to join me as an inhabitant/worker/participant? By the way there is a possible spot (a half deserted kibbutz) available for this yishuv.

(25) Erika Maximo, July 1, 2011 1:29 AM


Thanks for sharing this video.The sound of the birds, the green landscape, The Holy Land and a story of having an aim and a target and never give up.Thanks for the lesson!

(24) elisheva miriam, June 30, 2011 3:08 AM


OK ... from one who, herself, got completely turned on to Judaism I can speak from my own experience.... READ THE BOOK .. the WHOLE BOOK .... MANY TIMES... ArtScroll JUST published the TaNaCh in English ... THIS IS OUR BOOK.. THESE ARE OUR PROPHETS... THIS IS OUR STORY ... THIS IS WHO WE ARE ! let's get back to basics... JUST a thought... ;) Shabbat Shalom

cvmay, June 30, 2011 4:57 PM

Read the Nach

Great idea n glad it inspired you to grow in Yiddishkeit. Navi is not learned in most yeshivos and pitters out after high school for girls.

(23) Dvirah, June 29, 2011 5:46 PM

Please Consider Your Words

Rabbi Salomon, please do not use the term "settlement." It has such negative conotations today and attacks the legitamacy of the people who live there. Be specific; the place is a village, a Kibbutz, a town or city - not a "settlement."

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