Wed 24 January 2018 | 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Independence Hall - Rothschild Boulevard 16, Tel Aviv,
The Independence House Museum and the Bina – the Movement for Social Judaism are pleased to present:
“Talking about Independence” – a series of monthly meetings on the subject of the Declaration of Independence and its values in Israeli culture and society today.
As usual, the event is open for free, with pre-registration only in the attached link: https://www.bina.org.il/special/medabrim-atzmaut/
The following event will take place on Wednesday, 12.09.2018, Tzam Gedaliah, at 21:00 and will be hosted by Reno Tzror, Adina Bar Shalom, Gal Gabbay and Dorit Rabinian to discuss the future of Jewish sovereignty.
The evening will deal with the question of whether Reno Tzror’s rage prophecy in his film “Jews, Third Time” is indeed possible and what our role as a society is to prevent it. Jewish Agency Chairman Isaac Herzog will open the evening.
In order to involve all the citizens of the country wherever they may be and to grant everyone the right to investigate, respond and learn about the Megillah, the events will be open to the general public free of charge,
Each month, a sentence will be chosen from the scroll and examined as “vision to reality.”
Each evening will consist of a panel of speakers, public opinion leaders from all walks of life, journalists, writers, directors, academics, military personnel, radio and television personalities, social activists and entrepreneurs.
Each evening will be divided into 3 parts:
* A personal opinion column of panel speakers
* A dialog is guided on the theme of the evening
* In an open stage, the audience in the hall, ask and respond to things.
Among other things, we will deal with the Israeli constitution, the relevance of Zionism in Israel of 2018, the Law of Human Dignity and Liberty, what is Jewish identity in today’s Israel, what connection is there between Israel and the Middle East, and many more.
There are many partners each month. An organization, museum or other educational center will join the research, including: Yad Vashem: World Holocaust Center, Jerusalem
The Israel Democracy Institute, Herzl Center, Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality, Weizmann House, East-Zedek, Ben-Gurion House Yitzhak Rabin Center, Begin Center | The Menachem Begin Heritage Center