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Sunday, August 11 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Jerusalem - a divided city of political hate or the real city of pluralism and love?

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Location: Room 175
We will examine different stories, hear about the leaders of the different communities in Jerusalem and try to make sense of it all: From the Gypsies of East Jerusalem to Toldot Aharon Hasidim, from the Flasche queen and leader of the Ethiopian church to the experimental rock scene. What connects a Hammas Parliament member, a Jewish school principal and Anarchist activists? Why are their deers in the middle of the city and who tried to kill them? We will answer many question and will try to answer the huge question of what lies in the future of this old city.

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Udi Dvorkin

Udi Dvorkin is the Zionist Federation formal education shaliach. He currently runs the Beth Shalom Beit Midrash. Prior to coming to New Zealand he spent time as a Youth Shaliach in Amsterdam with the Jewish Agency. Udi has a BA in Judaic Studies and European History and a Masters... Read More →

Sunday August 11, 2013 4:00pm - 5:00pm PDT

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