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Registration will end at midnight: Tuesday, February 23rd. To know a land is to know its people. Experience the political and religious diversity of Israel through authentic and intimate conversations with young Israelis from across the length and breadth of the country. Meet an Israeli settler, a left-wing Peace Now! Activist, an ultra-orthodox yeshiva bucher, and a Muslim Palestinian in an open and unscripted discussion, back-to-back. Israel360 has brought together a diversity of voices and…Find out more »
Hear IDF servicemen and women without immediate family in Israel are honored in Israel as Lone Soldiers. Naomi Shapiro, Rabbi Daniel Isaak's niece, recently completed her service as a Lone Soldier. Despite variations by year, these young people average 5000 in number—1500 to 2000 from the US--40% serving in combat units. Naomi grew up in Cleveland. She joins us from Jerusalem, now an Olah Hadashah, newly enrolled as an undergraduate at the Hebrew University. Hear…Find out more »
Jerusalem was a divided city for 19 years. While it is now reunited, security remains very complex. In this tour at the southern edge of the city, we review the history of Jerusalem divided and reunited, examine the expansion of the city’s borders following the Six-Day War, peer over the security barrier into Bethlehem, and delve into the context, challenges, and successes of the barrier’s construction. $10 per screen To reserve your space, please register…Find out more »