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Israel Center: ActivismOur homeland, our history, and our beliefs are open to assault and mis- guided interpretation. We can never again allow falsehood and hatred to exist unopposed. Our response must be quick to confront media distortions, aid victims, or provide critical support in times of need. Our children must be prepared to confront falsehoods on campus and in the workplace. The Center’s materials and programs will increase awareness of the truth about our land, and help us and our children to share that truth with others. We will support charities and aid services in Israel that reflect our Jewish values. The Center will encourage religious pluralism in Israel through the Masorti movement and other organizations that seek to sustain traditions of political and cultural diversity. By identifying and offering opportunities for our community to engage in activism, the Sinai Temple Israel Center will ensure the support our homeland needs to thrive today and in the future.


Israel FlagThe 3rd Annual Sinai Temple Israel Center Youth Israel Advocacy Day
(7th-12th grade)
In Cooperation with SiHi, Sinai Temple Religious School, Sinai Akiba Academy,
United Synagogue Youth, and Los Angeles Hebrew High School

Do your children know how to speak about Israel with their peers?
When faced with anti-Zionist sentiment, do your children know how to respond?

Date: October 23rd, 2011, 10:00am-12:00pm
More information to follow



AIPACSinai Temple AIPAC Delegation
Join Sinai Temple in Washington DC for AIPAC’s Annual Conference
Date: March 4-6, 2012
For more information or to register, please contact Jan Zakowski at (310) 860-8812, email jan@amcco.com.






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