The U.S.-Israel relationship is “firm, but it is fraying a bit,” according to former Senator Joseph Lieberman, who recently addressed the topic in a public conversation at The Fleetwood Synagogue with Allen Fagin, executive vice president of the Orthodox Union.
He placed his comments in the context of the personal dynamic between American and Israeli leaders, the Iran deal, the peace process and demographic shifts within the United States.
Though under President Obama, military and security cooperation has been “as good or better than ever,” the personal dynamic between him and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is “not so good… They have very different views.” Read more..
Fleetwood Synagogue, in conjunction with the Orthodox Union, presents the 13th annual
Charles Sidlow Memorial Scholar-in-Residence
The Hon. Joseph I. Lieberman
Former United States Senator from Connecticut
2000 Democratic nominee for Vice President
American Support for Israel – Fading, Firm, or Flourishing?
In recent years, there has been a growing concern among pro-Israel Americans that the historically broad and deep commitment to Zionism in the United States has begun to fray. Are there indeed growing divisions over support for Israel, within and among different segments of American society? Fleetwood Synagogue invites the community to a conversation with former Sen. Joe Lieberman, whose outlook, experience, and expertise provide an informed perspective of unmatched sophistication on this critical question. Mr. Allen Fagin, Executive Vice President of the Orthodox Union and distinguished communal leader, will moderate the evening’s discussion.
Saturday night, Feb. 6th, 2016
11 East Broad Street
Mount Vernon, NY 10552
RSVP strongly preferred – email@example.com
For directions and parking information, or to RSVP online, please visit www.fleetwoodsynagogue.org
We look forward to honoring Arlene and Jack Lowenstein for their many years of service to our synagogue. Please make every effort to attend their testimonial dinner on Sunday, November 1, 2015. Remember to send in your ads and payment for the dinner.
Please join us for the 11th annual
January 31 – February 1, 2014
Charles Sidlow Memorial Scholar-in-Residence Shabbat
Rabbi Dr. Ephraim Kanarfogel
E. Billi Ivry University Professor of Jewish History, Literature and Law, Yeshiva University
Rosh Chodesh Adar I, Shabbat Parshat Terumah,
has won the 2013 Goren-Goldstein book award from the Center for Jewish Thought at Ben-Gurion University for his recent publication The Intellectual History and Rabbinic Culture of Medieval Ashkenaz, which was published by Wayne State University Press in December 2012.