Amidst all the talk and debate about Israel, come to Hadar to discover honest, serious, and thought-provoking
Torah about Israel – the land, the people, and the State.
Rethink the meaning of kedushat ha-aretz and embrace the questions that contemporary Jewish life in Israel sharpens: particularism, messianism and power. Learn what the voices of Talmud and Mahshavah, Halakhah, Aggadah and Tefilah contribute to these timely and timeless questions.
Yeshivat Hadar embraces the State of Israel as a central component of the contemporary experience of being Jewish, wherever in the world one lives, insisting that our relationships with Israel be honest, compassionate, and reflective of a very broad spectrum of political views. Our learning and discussion during the Israel seminar will be framed by these commitments.