Young Israel

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National Council Of Young Israel - Affiliated Synagogues - Young Israel of Brookline
... Young Israel of Brookline is located in Brookline, Massachusetts ... electrical panel In 1996, the Young Israel dedicated a new building designed by Graham Gund ... Rabbi Saul Berman is a former rabbi of the Young Israel ...
Orthodox Judaism - Orthodox Movements, Organizations and Groups
... Agudath Israel of America is the largest and most influential Haredi organization in America ... the establishment of the original founding of the Agudath Israel movement in 1912 in Katowitz, Prussia (now Katowice, Poland) ... The American Agudath Israel was founded in 1939 ...
Bnei Akiva Around The World - Bnei Akiva USA
... Bnei Akiva has two branches that meet every Shabbat, at the Young Israel of Oak Park and at the Young Israel of Southfield ... Numerous members of Bnei Akiva of Detroit have moved to Israel, and one former director, Otniel Schneller, is currently serving in the Knesset ... for college students, and largely focus on a commitment to live in the Land of Israel ...
National Council Of Young Israel
... The National Council of Young Israel (NCYI) or Young Israel (in Hebrew Yisrael Hatza'ir, ישראל הצעיר), is a synagogue-based Orthodox Judaism organization in the United ... NCYI was founded in 1912 by rabbis Israel Friedlander and Mordecai Kaplan to combat the wave of assimilation by Jews into secular American society ...
National Council Of Young Israel - 21st Century
... In 2006, after lengthy litigation, Young Israel sold its 3 West 16th Street national headquarters and moved its small staff to leased office space in ... The group, the National Council of Young Israel, came under scrutiny in 1999 after applying for a mortgage on a nursing home it owned and operated in a New York City suburb ...

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