Why I am (still) a Zionist: Appreciating what our homeland can do for us, not just what we can do for our homeland

Ohev Sholom - The National Synagogue

Dates: Monday, March 21, 2016
Time: 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Speaker: Professor Gil Troy

Forty years after the UN's reprehensible resolution declaring Zionism to be a form of racism, the need to fight anti-Zionism is greater than ever. But, in the opinion of Professor Gil Troy, being an "anti-anti Zionist" is not enough. Professor Troy, noted historian, public intellectual, and long-time resident of Jerusalem, argues that the Jewish and pro-Israel community needs to go far beyond Israel advocacy. He defines a new, exciting, ideological vision for the twenty-first century, which responds to modern Jewish issues, using Israel to help Jews search for deeper meaning as part of a people and a nation.

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