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"Under the Iron Dome: Netivot Shalom members in Israel during the Gaza war"


Under the Iron Dome: Netivot Shalom members in Israel during the Gaza war  
V'zot Yisrael panel -   
Sunday, September 7,  10:00 - 11:45 am in the sanctuary.

10-10:15 am  Schmooze and nosh  
10:15-11:45 am Program
What is  it like being in Israel during the Hamas-Israel war? A panel of Netivot Shalom members who were in Israel this summer share their experiences, impressions, personal reactions and the reactions of Israelis to the Gaza war.   Some members were there solo, some as families.  Participants are pre-teen, teen, adults:  Revital, Ophir and Adee Gilad, Daniel Krupitski,  Efrat Simhi-Aloni, Elad Ziv.  Moderated by Debby Graudenz.


This program is the first of several V'zot Yisrael programs planned for the coming year that feature  Netivot Shalom members talking about a variety of experiences in Israel.  Please note that this is not a political discussion.   Come hear fellow CNS members share their experiences.



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