The prophetess Miriam (Moses’s sister) led the women in song and dance to celebrate the Hebrews’ escape from Pharaoh’s army. Today, Israel’s women are at the forefront of Israel’s phenomenal innovations and achievements, as evidenced in these examples from the past few weeks.

A therapeutic riding school in Israel’s Arava desert, each week takes 200 special needs children and adults into another dimension, and Israel founded Good Deeds Day in 2007, which since then includes blood donations, volunteering with the needy, helping out in animal shelters, and much more.