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As we prepare to observe Shavuot we highlight the Zionist aspects of the holiday. Look on the AZM website for resources and events today and tomorrow to help us celebrate at home and to study together. Shavuot celebrates the giving of the Torah to the Jewish people at Mt. Sinai during our journey to the Land of Israel. It is also an agricultural and harvest Chag which remind us of our strong connection to Eretz Yisrael.

Shavuot begins Saturday evening, June 4 (6 Sivan 5782) and ends Monday evening June 6, 2022.

Wishing you a Happy Shavuot!



WZO Education Department:  Zionist sources, songs, ceremonies & more

WZO Department of Diaspora Activities:  Beit Ha’am resource: Shavu’ot From ‘People of the Land’ to ‘People of the Book’ and back



ARZA -Reform Judaism:  History

Aytzim:  Cheesecake, Temptation and Conservation

Hadassah:  Cultivating Kindness on Shavuot; Our Favorite Cheesecake Recipe

Israel Forever Foundation:  Chag Matan Torah

RZA – Mizrachi:  HaMizrachi Magazine

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