RZA Lawrence Shabbaton, September 5–6

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So many viewpoints. So many opinions. So much distortion. . . . Get the facts from those who know and those who care. Religious Zionists of America will be hosting a Shabbaton of thought and action, “Israel at a Crossroads,” Friday, September 5 and Saturday, September 6, Shabbos Parashas Ki Teitzei. It will be held at Congregation Beth Sholom, located at 390 Broadway in Lawrence.

Featuring, among others:

Mohsen Sazegara. Iranian activist, journalist, former prisoner, and leader of the political opposition to the Khomeini regime outside Iran, former scholar in Washington Institute, Yale and Harvard Universities, and the George Washington Bush Presidential Library and Museum, and current president of the Research Institute on Contemporary Iran.

Michael Singh. International journalist and commentator, former special assistant to Secretaries of State Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell, Middle East advisor to the Romney presidential campaign, advisory board member of Harvard International Review, United Against Nuclear Iran, and current Managing Director—the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

Jonathan Tobin. Winner of more than 50 journalism awards, including best editorial columnist and best arts critic by the Philadelphia Society of Professional Journalists, lecturer and commentator on campuses, CNN, Fox News, BBC, PBS, and Pacifica, as well as contributor to the NY Post, Jerusalem Post, NY Times, Christian Science Monitor, and Weekly Standard, he is currently the senior online editor and chief politics blogger for Commentary Magazine.

Rabbi Solly Sacks. World Mizrachi Organization, director general.

RZA Chairman Martin Oliner notes, “it will be an opportunity for the community to hear the truth, unvarnished and unbiased, about the impact of Operation Protective Edge and what we, and the citizens of Israel, can expect moving forward.”

For Shabbaton registration, meals included, please call 212-465-9234. ϖ

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