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Mazal Tov! The Weddings In Israel



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Rachel Sarafraz made aliya three years ago from New York. She is currently pursuing a degree in political science at Bar-Ilan University and works as her university’s student union program coordinator for campus minorities.

Rachel Sarafraz

About the Author: Rachel Sarafraz made aliya three years ago from New York. She is currently pursuing a degree in political science at Bar-Ilan University and works as her university's student union program coordinator for campus minorities.


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  1. BethSchenermanSarafraz says:

    As a mother living in New York, with two daughters (not yet married) who are living in Israel, I found this story written by Rachel Sarafraz very relevant, insightful, bittersweet, and beautifully written.

  2. As a mother living in New York, with two daughters (not yet married) who are living in Israel, I found this story written by Rachel Sarafraz very relevant, insightful, bittersweet, and beautifully written.

  3. AlviteNingthoujam says:

    Congratulations Rachel Sarafraz.

  4. Congratulations Rachel Sarafraz.


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