Mar 24, 2020
JNF On Demand: Live challah bake with JNF first lady Lauren Lizerbram
We were welcomed into the Lizerbram kitchen for a challah bake.
By Jewish National Fund
Mar 19, 2020
Coronavirus, from a Jewish perspective: When it comes to good deeds, just do it
At JNF, our inspirational leaders and donors have once again proven their "willingness to act."
By Yossi Kahana
Feb 21, 2020
Singer-songwriter Peter Himmelman: Jewish unity should come from love, not fear
Successfully passing Jewish values on to the next generation requires our children receive a message that soars well beyond mere victimhood.
By Peter Himmelman
Jun 15, 2015 By Jewish National Fund Category: Historical Preservation,
A promenade to memorialize three teenage boys murdered by Hamas
The three were awaiting a ride home from their yeshivas at a Gush Etzion bus stop when they were abducted in June of 2014, sparking the global campaign #BringBackOurBoys. People from many backgrounds and nations came together to call for the boys' release. Tragically, their bodies were discovered two weeks later.
The promenade will serve as a memorial and hopefully help bring security to the region by providing a safe way to travel on foot between the communities of Gush Etzion. Last week, JNF supporters Marc and Teri Leitner from Las Vegas (pictured below) visited the site of the bus stop and the future promenade.
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Dr. Marc Leitner and his wife Teri visit the Gush Etzion bus stop, site of the kidnapping.