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Project Hayei Sarah 24th of November
On Thursday the 24th of November, we will gather in Jerusalem to study about Hebron, human dignity and how these relate to our Jewish values. This is the weekend when millions of Jews around the world will read Parshat Hayei Sarah; the Torah reading in which Abraham purchased the burial site of the Tomb of the Patriarchs for his beloved wife Sarah in what is considered to be modern-day Hebron. This shabbat has become a time for right-wing supports of Jewish settlers in Hebron to flock to the city to assert Israeli sovereignty there. This year join a growing group of Jewish leaders across North America and Israel in teaching and reflecting on the situation in the modern city, and the impact of Jewish settlement on the Palestinian families.

Now in its eighth year, Project Hayei Sarah invites Jewish communities into conversation about the difficult realities and violations of human dignity they’ve encountered in Hebron. Across North America and Israel, join us in reclaiming Parshat Hayei Sarah through divrei torah, personal stories, and community learning, and spark individual and collective action towards a reality in Hebron that is reflective of our highest Jewish ideals.

Where: Yedidya Synagouge
 7 Lifschitz St. JLM 
When: 24th of November
 19:00- 21:30

Achiya Schatz
Spokesperson, Breaking the Silence
The Mute’s House
A Film by Tamar Kay
Professor Noam Zohar
Shalom Hartman Institute, Bar Ilan University
Rabbi Noa Sattath
IRAC (Israel Religious Action Center)

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