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Two Jews, Three Opinions – Post-Election Conversation About Israel

This event has been postponed due to weather. Look for a May date to be announced soon.

Boulder Israel Engagement Team (BIET) is proud to present Two Jews, Three Opinions – Conversations About Israel

Israel is many things to many people. In this series of learning and discussions sessions, we will examine the vision versus the reality of these pressing subjects. Opinions and questions are welcome. Join us for one of these free facilitated discussion groups.

April 10th: Jewish Pluralism in Israel
Conversation lead by Rabbi Marc Soloway and Osnat Fox, JEWISHcolorado’s Israel Emissary (Shlichah)

Israel is the home of all Jewish people. What does it mean to be a Jewish state?  In this session we will talk about some of the challenges to Jewish religious pluralism in Israel, specifically as it relates to conversion, marriage laws, and the Western Wall controversy.  We will also discuss the potential impacts on these issues from the Israeli election results.

Wednesday | April 10 | 7 – 9 pm | FREE
Congregation Bonai Shalom
Seating is limited

RSVP to Jodi Zicklin at jodi@boulderjcc.org

JEWISHcolorado
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Prep

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