- Tefillin, also known as phylacteries, are two small boxes inside of which are small scrolls of parchment written with special verses from the Torah. Each box is laced with leather straps which men above the age of 13 wear on their forehead and their arm every morning while praying.
- Tefillin have been worn by Jewish men for thousands of years. Unfortunately, there is a great shortage of tefillin throughout IDF bases in the country. Even more concerning is that the lack of tefillin means that the soldiers, who are constantly on the move, do not have the ability to take their tefillin with them.
- Please help ISF supply soldiers with tefillin.
- All donations are tax deductible.