Crafted in response to the communal needs for Jewish teen engagement, Israel advocacy and community service, on this journey, teens learn how the history of the land and its people allowed Israel to become a global leader in innovative social and environmental approaches, and how these approaches are rooted in the values of Judaism. Participants plant trees, spend time on farms, work with disabled soldiers in the Negev, and help beautify a Bedouin community. Additionally, following the Alexander Muss High School in Israel model of experiential learning, the trip integrates educational elements, teaching the rich history that made the land of Israel what it is today. All this while touring our ancestral homeland and digging deep into Israeli and Jewish history.
Israeli teen model is new face of Christian Dior - The Jewish Chronicle
But her appearance on the catwalk was a far cry from her day-to-day routine in the depressed neighbourhood of Holon, outside Tel Aviv, where her mother, an immigrant from the Former Soviet Union, tries to keep the family fed by working three jobs. He sent her to Paris to meet an exclusive agency, which backed out of a photo shoot with her after deciding she was too young. Showing Israeli chutzpah she requested a selfie, then gave him her phone number, and within hours Dior had made contact. Israel heading to early election after talks break down.
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In a report aired Friday night, Sophia is seen cooking afternoon meals, cleaning and folding laundry for her family while her mother is away. Her mother sleeps on the sofa in the living room. Mechetner stumbled into the modeling world by accident, according to the report, and it was series of coincidences that led her to be signed to Dior as her very first foray into modelling.