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All sessions are offered in both Hebrew and English

All sessions in this series require a Data projector and speakers

On June 30th 1948 Meir Tobianski, an officer of the very young IDF, was arrested, accused of betrayal, judged, found guilty and executed all within 3 hours. A year later he had been exonerated and reburie...

All sessions in this series require a Data projector and speakers

In October 1953 the Supreme Court with Justice Agranat presiding, had ruled against the administrative order to close Kol Haam and Al Intichad; two Communist newspapers that had criticized the government....

All sessions in this series require a Data projector and speakers

After Hungary was occupied by the Nazis in 1944, Rudolf Kasztner, a member of the Budapest Jewish council, held negotiations with top Nazi officers, including Eichmann, in order to try and save as many Je...

All sessions in this series require a Data projector and speakers

In 1956, on the first day of the Sinai campaign, curfew was ordered over Arab Israeli villages. When villagers arrived home, a few minutes after the hour the curfew had begun, soldiers were ordered to sho...

All sessions in this series require a Data projector and speakers

On May 23rd 1960, Prime Minister David Ben Gurion had announced to the Knesset that the Israeli secret service had located and brought to Israel Adolf Eichmann, one of the top Nazi officers responsible fo...

All sessions in this series require a Data projector and speakers

Following the ancient tradition of the biblical prophets, Israeli writers have taken upon themselves the role of whistle blowers. As they are part of the state coming into its own, they do not shy away fr...

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