On the anniversary of the abduction of the three youths, Gil-Ad, Eyal and Naftali, Minister of Agriculture Uri Ariel came to visit Oz veGaon. The minister planted an olive tree and quoted Rav Kook, who said that one first rakes the soil with ones hands because one must first actually touch the soil of the […]
The Sovereignty Movement, initiated and founded by Women in Green, is setting out these days with renewed impetus for the sovereignty campaign. This is occurring in parallel with the renewed discussion in Israeli society about the future of Judea and Samaria, marking the fiftieth anniversary of the victory in the Six Day War. In the […]
In the joyful days between Jerusalem Liberation Day and Hevron Liberation Day, Oz veGaon was teeming with life and joy. Groups of youths raked, planted and performed maintenance work on the paths while strengthening their love for the Land of Israel. Our dear friends from AFSI visited the nature preserve and pledged to continue helping […]
The Women in Green movement calls on its friends and supporters, lovers and builders of the Land of Israel, to take part in the Moskowitz Prize award ceremony, that will be held, G-d willing, this coming Monday, May 22nd 2017 at the Sultan’s Pool in Jerusalem at 7:00pm. Taking part in the event will […]
The Women in Green movement mourns the loss of our dear friend, Rav Benny Elon, z”l. Rav Benny was a man of great stature, giving his all for the people and the land, modestly and quietly. A person with principles and a heart of gold. A person who cared about everyone. In one word […]
‘The time has come to free ourselves from the urge for survival, and to rise to the next level.’ From Pesach until Shavuot the People of Israel progresses, step by step, in the deep, internal journey to the essential meaning of our existence. The exodus from slavery to freedom via Mount Sinai, where we received […]
Thousands of people came to Oz veGaon on Yom Haatsmaut. The Bible contest was screened in the shul. Children jumped on inflatables. Balloons. Petting zoo. Pitot making etc. Am Yisrael Chai!
More than a 100 people in Oz veGaon last Friday for Rabbi Benny Kalmanson’s lecture on the “New trends in Holocaust research”