Riveting Speakers, Critical Topics: The World vs. Israel


Condemnation is being hurled at Israel from every corner of the globe for boarding ships in the flotilla that challenged Israel’s blockade of Gaza. Two outstanding experts will address the complex issues of Israel’s relationship with the world at our 95th National Convention.

GIDI GRINSTEIN, founder and president of the Reut Institute, will discuss The Delegitimization Challenge: Why are Israel’s enemies so successful in branding Israel as a pariah state? In undermining Israel’s right to exist? How can we confront these challenges? What concrete actions can we take?
(Tuesday plenary session, 10:30 am – 11:15 am)

PROFESSOR GIL TROY, Ph.D., McGill University history professor, journalist, Young Judaea alumnus and author of Why I am a Zionist: Israel, Jewish Identity and the Challenges of Today, poses the question: “Is loving Israel enough?” How do Zionists reconcile their love of Israel with disagreements about specific actions or policies? (Sunday pre-Convention session, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm)

ALL Early Bird Specials Extended Through June 11

360° of Innovation— Hadassah and Israel
Hadassah’s 95th National Convention
July 25-28, 2010
Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa
Hollywood, Florida

For information on Convention: www.hadassah.org/Convention or Register on-line.

E-mail convention@hadassah.org to request a registration kit be mailed to you.

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