Bnei Menashe

Herzog Global has created beautiful posters of Israel for displaying in classrooms and school corridors. Each poster includes a meaningful quote from the Tanakh about the location of the photo, and a QR code linking to a video by Rabbi Alan Haber about that it...

Like in previous years, this Passover our communities all over the world enjoyed the holiday, though perhaps more subdued than usual with the very real situation of war in Israel and 133 hostages remaining in captivity in Gaza. Extra prayers were said and empty seats set...

Another new branch of the Bnei Akiva movement was recently launched! After similar successes in other northern communities, this new chapter is again intended for the Bnei Menashe community who immigrated to Israel from northeastern India, this time for those in Tiberias. About 70 kids from the...

On April 22nd, Jews around the world will celebrate Passover, commemorating the Exodus from Egypt and the deliverance of our ancestors from slavery to freedom. In this difficult year of war and displacement, it won't be as easy for many to wholeheartedly celebrate. Some, including 80...

Hundreds of Bnei Menashe soldiers, both active and reserve duty, have been fighting the current war in Israel on multiple fronts. We solute them, and all of our precious soldiers! Many Bnei Menashe wait years to be able to immigrate to Israel for the privilege to...

This has been a difficult year for the entire Jewish world. Contemplating a holiday such as Purim, one typically celebrated with such joy, was incredibly challenging while we are in such pain. Many people adjusted the tenor of their celebration, but for most people it...

We recently shared a beautiful rendition of the traditional prayer for the IDF soldiers by Bnei Menashe children from the Khovevei Tzion community in Aizawl, Mizoram. Here are some behind the scenes images including of the siddur (prayer book) used by the Bnei Menashe from Mizoram with...

Of the 162 Bnei Menashe families evacuated from their homes from the border communities of Sderot and Kiryat Shemoneh, a number of them have been in various hotels in Jerusalem and other cities, trying to find a semblance of normal in this extremely challenging time.   Teams...

The Jewish holiday of Tu B’Shevat is literally the 'New Year for the Trees’. Falling out on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shevat, it is a holiday of tree planting, fruit eating, special ‘seders’ for the holiday and other celebrations of nature...