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School Ties That Bind

“Birthright is changing my life.”

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Each day, The Scroll will feature a post from our new Birthright Israel travel blog, The Roll. Get on the bus here.

Critics of Birthright Israel sometimes complain that the 10-day program only offers a superficial glimpse of Jewish life. Over at The Roll, Sandra eloquently tells how, after only a week, her entire view of Jewish life is different.

Zionism, After Miss Porter’s

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yevka says:

A week long tour is not telling or revelatory of much other than a quaint  espirt de corp of summer camp, a few snap shots, and a lunch of felafel. Birthright is the big fail for seekers, but fun frolics for the shallow tourist.  


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School Ties That Bind

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