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Sunday, February 17 • 4:45pm - 5:45pm
Lama Ivrit? (Why Hebrew?) – The Place of Hebrew in the Judaism and Zionism of the 21st Century

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Does the Hebrew language still matter in the global world we are living in? What is the role of Modern Hebrew vs. Prayer's Hebrew? What is the place of the Hebrew language with regards to Israel? And is it, or could it be, a living bridge between Israel and the Jewish communities around the world? During our session, we will try to answer these questions and more, together with some practical tools of how to teach Hebrew. Hebrew, I will argue, is not only a mother tongue or a national language, but it is, first of all, a language of the people.

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Hilla Drechler

Hilla Drechler is a senior Shlicha of the World Zionist Organization and the Representative of the Education Department in North America. She arrived in New York a year ago with a desire to learn and make an impact on the relationship between Jewish communities and Israeli society... Read More →


Sunday February 17, 2019 4:45pm - 5:45pm
Room 4 (5th Floor)