Sunday, April 18, 2021 at 10:00 AM CDT
Sunday, May 16, 2021 at 11:00 AM CDT

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Amy Karp
Anshe Emet Synagogue

The Modern Tribes of Israel: An Inside Look at the Issues that Define 21st century Israeli society

Israel is going through a period of turmoil, with 4 election cycles in 2 years and an unprecedented sense of political instability. In a series of lectures about the 'modern tribes' that define Israeli society, award-winning journalist Amir Tibon describes how Israelís multi-cultural society is handling the challenges created by this reality.

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  • The series will include five sessions conducted over Zoom, each one lasting an hour and containing an in-depth presentation followed by an opportunity for participants to ask their own questions. Amir will share anecdotes, data and stories from behind the scenes, that will all help explain Israel's challenging dilemmas, and also its great potential and promising opportunities. April 18: Israel's unprecedented fourth election April 25: Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, Israel and Judea? May 2: American Jewry and a divided Israel May 9: The womenís revolution in the Israeli Arab Sector May 16: Personal Reflection: Life on the Gaza Border

  • This program is cosponsored by the Lee and Jerry Zoldan Charitable Foundation and an anonymous donation.

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