Book Discussion - Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor

Book Discussion of Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor by Yossi Klein Halevi

Wednesday August 15 at 6:00 pm

Bring your own dinner for a casual discussion and dine group. Come for Wednesday Evening Minyan at 5:30 pm and stay!


This book has been very well received. Some of the comments include:

 “Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor conveys the urgency and poetry of the Israeli story. I hope everyone will read these beautiful letters - Palestinians and Jews and anyone else interested in understanding who the Jews are and why we returned home” 
       Natan Sharansky, Chairman Jewish Agency for Israel

“Beautifully written, with passion, generosity, and above all great heart, Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor offers a model not only for Middle East peacemaking but for navigating divides in our own society.” 
       Cokie Roberts


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Parashat Beshalach

In this Torah portion, God tells Moses to have the Israelites set up camp at the Sea of Reeds, but then Pharaoh changes his mind about freeing the Israelites and chases his former slaves. With the Egyptians on the Israelites’ tail, God splits the sea and Moses leads the Israelites through it. When the Egyptians enter, God closes the waters, and the Egyptians drown. Miriam leads all the Israelite women in song and dance to celebrate. Soon after, the Israelites begin to complain about life in the desert. God provides quail and manna to feed them. The Israelites battle the Amalekites and win.