Community and Cultural Conversations

with the UCJF | Join us for a special virtual brunch program

 October 18th program postponed | New event date to be determined

 

 

The Israel Advocacy Committee of the Jewish Federation of Ulster County

will host this forum and bring together

Israeli speakers from the Muslim, Christian and Druze communities.

Our speakers will share experiences as Israelis, as minorities, and as soldiers.

Speakers

Atif Abu Naji is an Israeli Arab Muslim who was born and raised in the city of Nazareth, the largest Arab city in Israel.

Hadeel Moreb is the first Israeli Armenian-Christian officer in IDF history. Last year, she received a Certificate of Excellence from the President of the State of Israel on Independence Day, in May 2019.

Majd Bader is an Israeli Druze who served in the IDF with the Golani special forces.

Today, he is a student and recently established a startup company.

To join, please pre-register for this event below. Participants will be emailed a Zoom invitation 24-48 hours before the event.

Participation is free. Donations to help offset the costs are welcome at www.ucjf.org/donate

*A collaboration with The Minorities Project, a program of Reservists on Duty. For additional information about Reservists on Duty visit https://onduty.org.il/

New event date coming soon | Date to be determined

Presented by the Israel Advocacy Committee of
the Jewish Federation of Ulster County
845-338-8131   |   ucjf.org

This is a free event, but pre-registration is required to help ensure the security and integrity of this event.

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