Booklets for Youth on Religious Zionist Values
In order to introduce the next generation to the issues prevalent in Religious Zionist society, offering them food for thought and answers to complex questions, Ne’emanei Torah Va’Avodah publishes a series of booklets that are engaging and age-appropriate. These books, with their focus on such issues as Israel as a Jewish state, the non-Jew, and gender and modesty, involve the youth in a discussion that reflects a moderate, open, and tolerant worldview.
Ne’emanei Torah Va’Avodah has initiated a project to produce materials that will serve the next generation of the Religious Zionist community to impart values of openness and equality. The booklets – on subjects like the relationship to the State, the non-Jew, education, mixed (male/female) society, rabbis, and the value of work – give today’s religious youth resources that reflect an open approach to the world around them.
The booklets are written in accessible Hebrew; their ideas and language are geared toward youth. Booklets are distributed through high schools, yeshivas, midrashot, and youth movements.
Six booklets have been written since 2010: