The Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive Collection

If I forget thee

17 Minutes, 1949
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Directed by: Unknown
Original Music: Nachum Nardi
Narrator: Gene Kern
Language: English
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

The importance of the Mizrachi movement in the establishment of the Land of Israel, whose main principle is the strong connection between the Land of Israel, the people of Israel, and the Torah of Israel Belief in the coming of the Messiah and the redemption of the Land of Israel brought the leaders of the movement to support the settlement of the land while strengthening the connection to symbols such as the Western Wall, the tombs of the kings and the prophets, and more Celebrations of Lag BaOmer at the Rashbis tomb on Mount Meron, Kvutzat Yavne, the establishment of Ein HaNatziv, the religious youth village near Kfar Hasidim where the youth combine Torah life and work, the settlement in Biriya near Safed, and the strengthening of settlements Gush Etzion.

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הירשמו לרשימת התפוצה שלנו והישארו מעודכנים

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