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REHELIM

The religious community of Rehalim was established in memory of Rahel Druck and Dr. Yitzhak who were murdered by terrorists on the passing road on their way to Tel Aviv. In spite of fears that they would be evacuated upon the signing of the Oslo Accords, the women's learning group who held onto the Rehalim site was replaced by families who began to build their lives there.

 

Today approximately 40 young families between the ages of 18-36 makes their homes in Rehalim working in fields including education, physical therapy, agriculture, finance, law and religious study.

 

Approximately 50 pre-schoolers find warm, family-like care in the day care center and kindergartens while elementary school age children are provided with transportation to nearby Shilo or to the Talmud Torah in Eli.

 

Some of the extracurricular activities offered in Rehalim are drawing, music and religion study groups. The Ezra Youth Group also schedules weekly activities.

 

Men enjoy a daf yomi group and an additional, organized group shiur once a week while women celebrate Rosh Chodesh with special learning and participate in a twice monthly organized group shiur.

 

In addition to the synagogue, where the davening is nusach ahid, there is a mikveh and a library is now being established.Grocery stores and medical clinics are available in Ariel, just minutes away.

 

Egged Lines 473 and 474 pass by Rehalim approximately 12 times daily. The trip from Rehalim to Jerusalem is about a half hour now that the new road to Ariel has been opened.

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