A Temple Sinai Program: doc&desserts
Discussion led by Galit Baram, Consul General of Israel, and Rabbi Michael Dolgin
Eliran Malka’s The Unorthodox is a dramatic underdog story, filled with comic moments, about the founding of the Shas Party in Jerusalem in the early 1980s. When Yakov Cohen’s daughter was expelled from school, he decided to establish a parallel social institution. Along with two friends, they didn’t know how to play the political game: they made it all up as they went along and set out on one of the oddest, most surprising and moving election campaigns the country has ever known. Today, the Sfarad’s Guards political party is an empire, an institution, even a brand with significant implications to society. Time: 6:45 p.m.: Dessert, Treats and Coffee; 7:30 p.m.: Speakers and Film. Cost: Members: $20; Non-members: $25. Priority registration for Temple members up to Wednesday, March 25. After that date, registration is open to all.
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