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SAJE To Offer
Israel Teach-In

To help the community better
understand and respond to issues
critical to Israel's survival today,
Detroit Jewry's Seminars for Adult
Jewish Enrichment (SAJE) will fea-
ture "Israel — Ready to Respond:
An Afternoon with Experts."
Keynote speaker David Makovsky
will discuss "Israel's Latest War."
The program will be 1-3:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 2, at the Jewish
Community Center in West
Bloomfield.
Makovsky is a senior fellow at the
Washington Institute for Near East
Policy, where he focuses on Arab-
Israeli relations and U.S. foreign
policy on the Middle East.
A one-hour breakout session will
offer a choice of topics ranging from
Israel advocacy to biblical history
with the following facilitators:
• David Makovsky, "Ask About Israel"
• Owen Alterman, research assistant
to Professor Alan Dershowitz at
Harvard Univeristy Law School,
working on Dershowitz's forthcoming
book The Case for Israel, in a session
geared to high school and college stu-
dents, "Israel, Ready to Respond"
• David Gad-Hart, executive director,
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, "Advocating for
Israel: What to Say and Whom to Say
It To"
• Rabbi Elazar Meisels, Dirshu
Institute, "Why This Plot of Land?"
• Michael Weiss, Jewish Academy of
Metropolitan Detroit, "Land of
Miracles-Eretz Yisrael in the
Midrash."
Reservations are required by
Thursday, Feb. 27, with responses to
Cherron Jackson, (248) 642-4260.
The free event, chaired by Barbara
Cook of Farmington Hills, is spon-
sored by the Israel and Overseas
Department of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit,
Detroit Jewry's Partnership 2000
Region of the Central Galilee, the
Jewish Community Center, the
Jewish News,the Agency for Jewish
Education and Federation's Alliance
for Jewish Education, with the
endowment by a generous gift from
Cis Maisel Kellerman.


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