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Sign: Jerusalem - "Haviva Netiva and Aviva" route - Sara Schenirer

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HaPalmach St 57, Jerusalem, Israel
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שרה שנירר
سارة شنيرر
Sara Schenirer
1883-1935

הייתה מחנכת , מורה ופעילת חינוך חרדית , סופרת יידיש ומחזאית. היא לא הייתה מוכנה לקבל את מצב חינוך הבנות בתקופתה, וביוזמה פורצת דרך, ייסדה את רשת בתי הספר והסמינרים "בית יעקב" לחינוך חרדי לבנות.
היא הייתה אישה אמיצה ומהפכנית שהקדימה את זמנה וחיברה את הבנות במזרח אירופה ליהדות עצמה באמצעות חינוך ולימוד מיוחד להן.

سارة شنيرر (1935-1883) كانت معلمة ومربية وناشطة تربوية حريدية ، وكاتبة بالييديش ومؤلفة مسرحيات . مؤسسة شبكة بيت يعقوب لتعليم الفتيات الحريديات .
ولدت شنيررفي كراكوف لعائلة متدينة من أتباع بيلز من الطبقة المتوسطة الدنيا وبدأت العمل كخياطة محترفة في سن مبكرة للمساعدة في اقتصاد الأسرة ولكنها بالتوازي مع عملها أكملت دراستها في التربية وعلوم اليهودية
جاء قرار شنيرر بإنشاء مدارس للبنات في ذلك الوقت نتيجة للحاجة الضرورية في حينه .

An ultra-orthodox educator and teacher, Yiddish authoress and playwright. Unable to accept the reality of girls’ education at the time in Eastern Europe, with groundbreaking initiative set up the network of Beit Yaakov schools and seminars for ultra orthodox girls. A brave and revolutionary woman, ahead of her time, she provided the link for Eastern European girls with their Judaism through their particular methods of study and teaching.

סמל מסלול חביבה נתיבה ואביבה - גיבורות על הפלמ"ח
Symbol of the Haviva Netiva and Aviva track - heroines of the Palmach
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"Haviva Netiva and Aviva" route - a route located on Palmach Street in Jerusalem and commemorates the Palmach and especially the heroines of the Palmach.

There are several types of signs on the track, the current sign is a sign as part of "heroine signs".

The sign is on the fence of the "Beit Yaakov - Ha’ARI" school belonging to the network established by Sarah Schenirer, as can be seen in the following photo taken that day Click for a larger image



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