Gush Katif Museum Dinner – pls fw to friends in New York – really important for them to come and bring others

 
This SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 9: the New York dinner
for Jerusalem’s GUSH KATIF MUSEUM
 
Please help ensure that indeed we get a large crowd.  We are counting on you!
 
The members of the Dinner Committee ask that you please join them at the Dinner.
 
Dr. Paul Brody, Committee Chairman

Rabbi Elie Abadi, The Edmond Safra Synagogue

Rabbi Pesach Lerner, Executive Vice President Emeritus, Young Israel
Rabbi Yoel Schonfeld, Young Israel Kew Gardens Hills, NY
Mr. Eugen Gluck, Founder and Chief Supporter Bet El
Mrs. Naomi Klass Mauer, Publisher of the Jewish Press
Mr. Larry Gordon, The Five Towns Jewish Times
Mrs. Odelia Jacobs, Int’l Committee for the Land of Israel
Mrs. Robin Ticker, Activist Eretz Yisroel, Blogger
Dr. Alan Berger, Activist, Englewood, NJ
Dr. and Mrs. Michoel Friend, Crown Heights, Brooklyn, NY
Mr. Mark Langfan, Creator 3-D Topographic Maps of Israel
Mrs. Aliza Karp, Author “Banished”
Mrs. Sarah Lehmann, Freelance writer and editor
Mr. Mark Langfan
 
WHEN/WHERE:
Saturday night, March 9, 8 PM, at the Razag Ballroom, 739 East New York Avenue.
Museum dinner committee: 718-208-1770. Email Dinner@GushKatifMuseum.org, or see www.gushkatifmuseum.org.
 
Guests of Honor:
Rabbi Shalom Ber Drizin – The Renowned philanthropist
Rabbi David Algaze 
Assemblyman Dov Hikind
Mrs. Helen Freedman
Dr. Joseph Frager
Rabbi Shalom Dov Wolpo – President, Founder Gush Katf Museum
 
Guest Speakers:
Keynote Speaker:  Mike Huckabee – Former Governor of Arkansas, has personally toured the museum
Rabbi Yaakov Y. Jacobson on behalf of the Rabbis of Crown Heights Synagogues
Mrs. Rivka Goldschmidt, Refugee Gush Katif
 
 
From Robin Ticker: “This Dinner is not just another Dinner.  We are not illegal occupiers of Judea and Samaria!  This is Our Land.  It is the Promised Land, promised to the chlidren of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the Jews of today!  Netanyahu and his advisors have forgotten their Jewish identity.  Perhaps it’s understandable to be forgetful of there is a gun pointing in your direction. We the Jewish people must remind ourselves who we are and G-d’s Covenant and Promise with our people.  If they destroy more homes will we be able to look ourselves in the mirror and say,  I had no part in this and yes I tried to stop it from happenng.  Al Taamod al Dam Reyacha. Those who Bless Israel will be Blessed!
 
From Gush Katif Museum Dinner CommitteeLARGE CROWD EXPECTED AT GUSH KATIF MUSEUM EVENT, SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 9, TO PROTEST FURTHER EXPULSION PLANS DEMANDED BY OBAMA. Ahead of Obama’s upcoming visit, rumblings of “withdrawal of Jews” from Judea and Samaria, “expulsions” and “unilateral steps” are heard once again. The appointments of Hagel and Kerry and the nomination of Brennan should send a clear warning to Israel and Diaspora Jews that Obama does not “have Israel’s back”. The upcoming dinner to benefit the Gush Katif Museum in Jerusalem will be an opportunity to protest any surrender of Jewish land and to demonstrate solidarity on behalf of a whole Israel – Yisrael HaShlaima. The expulsion from Gush Katif is the clearest evidence that land surrendered by Israel will be used for the purpose of creating an additional space from which to spread terror to innocent civilians and ultimately to weaken and dominate Europe and the US. A visit to this museum serves as a powerful educational tool to any visitor and coveys the message that the policy of surrendering land to people who continue to engage and abet terror is folly. The purpose of the Museum is to preserve the story of the horrors of the expulsion from Gush Katif for the specific purpose of declaring NEVER AGAIN!. Yet, demolitions have happened since and threaten to continue. We must protest against any such actions. A strong showing will send a strong message to PM Netanyahu that Diaspora Jews and Christians will fight demolition decrees and continue to stand up for our rightful claim to our Biblical Homeland.”
 
Saturday night, March 9, 8 PM, at the Razag Ballroom, 739 East New York Avenue.
Museum dinner committee: 718-208-1770. Email Dinner@GushKatifMuseum.org, or see www.gushkatifmuseum.org.
 
 

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