Friday, December 19, 2014 Kislev 27, 5775
Cost:
Free and Open to Public
Location:
University of Pennsylvania Hillel
215 S 39th St
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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J Street Philadelphia Town Hall

February 3, 2014 7:30 PM

When Secretary of State John Kerry relaunched peace talks last year, he asked the American Jewish community and supporters of a two-state solution to build a great constituency for peace to show that we stand behind his efforts to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. On February 3, Philadelphia will answer the call. We’re honored to have Israeli Gen. (ret) Amram Mitzna, current Member of the Knesset and an outspoken advocate of peace, to explain that peace is not only possible—in fact it’s essential for Israel’s future as a democratic, Jewish homeland. The meeting will be chaired by J Street President Jeremy Ben-Ami. Join us at 7:30pm at University of Pennsylvania’s Hillel to show your support and build the constituency for peace.

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