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How To Run A Local Veida

Goals of the local Veida:

Increasing the youth’s involvement and strength

Allowing every member to influence the movement and its future

Setting goals and planning ways to achieve them

Accepting new challenges and aspirations

Pausing for a moment, taking a look from the side and figuring out our future

(send recommendations and delegates to the continent/World Veida)

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Kadima Bnei Akiva

1.The Chanich will recognize the Tnuah (Movement) for its history and its function today.

2.The Chanich will Recognize the Tnuah’s values and will understand the meaning of the Semel and the Sisma (slogan)

3.The Chanich will understand and recognize the important meaning and function that we have and will feel he belongs to something.

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Mifkad

That the chanichim will understand the importance of mifkad, and will show respect for it.  In particular, that the chanichim understand that we should especially be respectful during Hatikva, the himnon of Medinat Yisrael.

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Family Learning - Aliya\ Abraham

To learn together about Aliya. in this pages- about Abraham Avinu. How did Abraham leave him family and him homeland and went to a new land?! We learn from Abraham to trust and believe in ה' . When ה' says to Abraham to go to Eretz Israel. He does not ask any questions. He takes everything he owns and starts out walking to the Promised Land –that is how Abraham become the firs new immigrant to come to the Land of Israel. Abraham is our Father and we walk in his footsteps and we return to the Land of Israel. The land that ה' promised to Abraham and to all the Jews

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A Little Too At Home...

The chanichim will recognize the powerful influence the culture we live in has on our lives, and on our values.

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