What Now? Challenges and Opportunities for Peace and Democracy in Israel
An Evening with Jeremy Ben-Ami, J Street President, & Daniel Sokatch, New Israel Fund CEO
Moderated by Rebecca Polivy, Director of Programming at Encounter
On March 17, Israelis voted in their third election in six years. For progressive Israelis and pro-Israel, pro-peace activists in America, the context for a two-state solution and social change in Israel has changed yet again. In a time of such instability and flux, how can we work to advance civil and human rights, social justice and a negotiated peace? Daniel Sokatch and Jeremy Ben-Ami will discuss the clear choices that the Jewish Community and Israelis will have to make for peace with the Palestinians and to safeguard Israel’s democratic freedoms.
This program is offered free of charge, but we request that you RSVP here: http://bit.ly/1aIWELS
Event Location: Temple Israel of Boston
477 Longwood Ave, Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, 02215
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