We follow in the footsteps of the sages of Spain from all generations who have ruled walked with tremendous wisdom and sensitivity to the challenges of the hour to solve problems, rather than create news.
The question of conversion is a critical issue that divides the Jewish people and its Diaspora, but on the other hand is able to create unity among the people of Israel while deepening identity and preserving tradition.
We work among the Anussim, whose number is estimated at millions of people around the world who are "descendants of Israel" and seek to get closer back to Judaism, and to the State of Israel, in an accessible and welcoming manner, while observing the rules of Halacha.
We operate in different arenas around the world, with one goal: to strengthen the people of Israel and fortify their future while creating unity among all parts of the nation.
Zera Israel operates a special conversion court headed by Rabbi Chaim Amsalem Shlita. The court goes on delegations around the world and holds special discussions with its emissaries in the Zera Israel communities.
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After about 100 years of Zionism out of the fulfillment of the vision of the prophets, the people of Israel are at a turning point. On the one hand, we are experiencing the golden age of our people in the economic, political, and cultural aspects. On the other hand, parts of the people have developed an aversion to religion, and large rifts in Israeli society threaten our identity as a united people that sucks its right to exist from history and a wonderful tradition.
Throughout the ages, religion and tradition have been a bridge between members of the Jewish community and have preserved it from the hardships of exile. Unfortunately in the State of Israel, religion (God forbid) sometimes seems to have become a disturbing and oppressive factor in the eyes of many of the people, and it seems that we must choose a side: democratic or Jewish, and as if these values stand in an unsolvable contradiction.
We who have been privileged to enjoy ready-made what the founders have laboriously sown, we have a duty to advance their vision and continue to build the exemplary society our ancestors and prophets have dreamed of for all generations.
We are convinced that it is not too united to reconnect the people to its roots and tradition in a pleasant and unforced way, and to restore the people's natural affection for its tradition, and in any case to connect the different parts of the people while deepening identity and creating a sense of belonging and common destiny. The nations, a society whose sons are proud of what is said, "Israel, in whom I will be glorified."
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