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    Rifki Orzech

    Rifki Orzech is an olah, a mother of three and a content writer with five years’ experience. She is passionate about women learning Torah and has completed the Susi Bradfield Educational Leadership Programme for Jewish women at the London School of Jewish Studies.

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    8 Ways Chanukah Can Last a Lifetime

    By Rifki Orzech | Chanukah | 0 Comments | 26 November, 2018

    I’ve never met anyone who wanted to avoid Chanukah, the way some joke about postponing Pesach. Chanukah is easy. There’s no obligatory home cleaning, unless you invited family for a party and...

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    The Magic and Ingenuity of Learning to Read

    There are 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet.

    We start with the sounds and then learn the dots and lines that represent the vowels.

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    Shabbat Interactive Around the World

    By Rifki Orzech | Shabbat | 0 Comments | 08 October, 2018

    Shabbat, Shabbos, Sabbath, the names themselves speak of different backgrounds, cultures and languages. I don’t think there’s an area in Judaism that isn’t touched by that diversity in thought,...

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    Play and Learn Hebrew… for Toddlers

    Language acquisition is a fascinating topic that includes elements of neuroscience, linguistics and child development. And if you, as an adult, have ever tried to learn a new language, you know...

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    We Have Your Back, Wonder Woman

    By Rifki Orzech | Sukkot | 0 Comments | 20 September, 2018

    A woman of valor, who can find… She seeks out wool and linen, and her hands work willingly...She is like a merchant's ships; from afar she brings her sustenance.

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    As I Click and Cut, I Create

    By Rifki Orzech | Sukkot | 0 Comments | 17 September, 2018

    We’re commanded to live in the sukkah for seven days. At the very least, we eat, talk, learn Torah, and some even sleep there for seven days. It’s holy glamping from the convenience of your own...

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    Ji Taps into Yom Kippur

    By Rifki Orzech | Yom Kippur | 0 Comments | 13 September, 2018

    If you have a kid in kindergarten, we can surmise there were unwearable cardboard flipper slippers for the pre-YK craft. They probably also came home with a feather-covered chicken-shaped...

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    The Call of the Shofar

    By Rifki Orzech | Rosh Hashanah | 0 Comments | 28 August, 2018

    A Classic Chassidic Story Updated: Why Do We Blow The Shofar?

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    Le casse-tête tech pour la génération 2.0

    Mes enfants sont nés dans l'ère numérique: deux enfants se partagent un ‘vieux’ téléphone, et le troisième possède un smartphone. Nous avons un vieux PC sous Linux pour faire les devoirs, et il y...

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    Where the rigorous go looking for ratings

    By Rifki Orzech | e-safety | 0 Comments | 17 August, 2018

    Google made the news in January following the swift removal of a rogue app, aimed at children, from the Play Store. The app called Blaze and the Monster Machines was pulled after alarmed parents...

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