Run in Jerusalem brings together runners from across the world to run in the Jerusalem Marathon. It is a joint project of Tikvot, World Mizrachi and World Bnei Akiva.
Once a year, adults and teenagers, from Israel and abroad, come together for a true Zionist experience – to run through the streets of Jerusalem and spend a weekend together with wounded IDF soldiers and victims of terror who rehabilitated their life through sports.
It is a weekend where one learns the true meaning of sacrifice, hope, and willpower.
The Jerusalem Marathon isn’t merely another sports event. It is a walk (or rather a run) through 3,000 years of history. It is a melting pot where religious and non-observant, young and old, right-wing and left-wing remove all barriers and stride as one through the streets of “the city that was joint together” (Tehillim/Psalms 122:3).
Please join us in this unforgettable experience. We hope to see you soon in Jerusalem.
Rabbi Doron Perez — Chief Executive, World Mizrachi
Roi Abecassis — General Director, World Bnei Akiva
Simone Farbstein — Director, Tikvot
Mizrachi inspires people with a sense of commitment to the Torah, the Jewish people and the Land of Israel. Mizrachi is the global Religious Zionist movement, spreading Torat Eretz Yisrael across the world and strengthening the bond between the international Jewish community and the State of Israel.
Read more on Mizrachi’s website – www.mizrachi.org
World Bnei Akiva, an international youth movement with headquarters in Jerusalem, works with Jewish communities around the world, strengthening its local branches as well as the wider Jewish community. Bnei Akiva is active in 23 countries and 43 cities, with over 100 branches.
Tikvot is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization which rehabilitates Israel’s victims of terror and wounded soldiers through sports. Tikvot means “hope” in Hebrew and it is proven that sports mastery can be critical to the emotional and physical rehabilitation of our heroes, providing hope and giving them the power to restore their self-confidence and dignity, ultimately bringing back those long lost smiles.
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