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Kehillah in Hebrew meaning of community. Platonic Kehillah Jewish High School is a favorite for many Bay Area community schools. Only 10 years, the school went from a single 9-year classes, 33 students, the development of four grades 9 to 12, 153 students and active community. School enrollment over the years has experienced double-digit growth, the number of registered students is close to schools over 200 people total goals.

Kehillah Jewish High School is the only Jewish Silicon Valley coeducational high school. Diversification of sources of students, student enrollment for the Silicon Valley Jewish community and non-Jewish communities. School students not only from the United States, as well as from Europe, Asia, Latin America, Canada and the Middle East students. Student's first language, including Russian, Hebrew, Spanish, developmental and English. Some of them live far from the school. South to Morgan Hill (Morgan Hill), north to Burlingame (Burlingame), east to Castro Valley (Castro Valley) and Philemon, there are school students.

High school students in the Kehillah what?

Although the students come from different places and have different backgrounds, but between them they form a vibrant student body. In people it seems, the students are some of both independent thinking, but also critical thinking, interested in the topic of contemporary research experts. They are eager to learn from their teachers, and students of Jewish culture obtained between different knowledge.

Kehillah High School offers outstanding academic research, in addition to all disciplines AP level courses, students elective rich and comprehensive, including rock band, guitar, music theory, theater, photography, digital art, interior art, painting, alternative media, news , yoga, fitness, critics and so on. Ancient and modern languages, including Spanish, French, Modern Hebrew, Latin and ancient Greek. Students also study Jewish texts and comments. Through these, students can not only deepen their understanding of Jewish civilization, but also explore the mercy of the Jews, for their own benefit to learn, to lead a moral life and other values. These values ​​guide through thousands of years of human history, in today's era topic continues to play a role.

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Hostility toward Jews dates to ancient times,

2011-01-13 11:24:52 by BOZO_TEXINO

Perhaps to the beginning of Jewish history. From the days of the Bible until the Roman Empire, Jews were criticized and sometimes punished for their efforts to remain a separate social and religious group - one that refused to adopt the values and the way of life of the non-Jewish societies in which it lived.

Prescient words -

2006-11-15 15:15:37 by not-again

This, of course, is a temporary phenomenon. In a decade or so, with Israel's position safely established in the Middle East, the cessation of outward pressure will no doubt produce a corresponding change in the mentality of the young generation. But a change in what direction? What kind of a civilisation will Israel's be? Will it be a continuation of Western thought and art and values? Or the superficial veneer of Levantinism? Or will it go back to its ancient roots and develop out of them a modern but specifically Hebrew culture?
For the time being the intellectual leaders of Israel are determined to choose the third alternative

How will you look upon "history?"

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Over time, religious and right wing political pressure supported the creation of settlements elsewhere in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Under Prime Ministers Begin and Rabin, these settlements proliferated. Often they were founded near ancient Jewish holy sites, such as Joseph's Tomb near Nablus (Biblical Shehem).
Arab spokespersons claim that these settlements, some of which were built well inside the West Bank or Gaza Strip areas, stole land from Arab farmers. Israel claims that most land used for these developments was unoccupied and un-owned, thus qualifying as 'Crown Land', upon which Israel had full legal right to build and develop

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