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Israel election
Monday, March 18
Doors open 7:00 p.m. | Program begins 7:30 p.m.
Back Bay Events Center
180 Berkeley Street, Boston

With Israel’s April 9 election fast approaching, the political map is rapidly changing with new parties being formed, once-strong parties splintering, and new candidates emerging.

Join us for a community briefing where we will demystify the process, the parties, and the political figures. We’ll also explore major issues of this election season and the challenges that will face Israel’s next government.

This special evening will feature Shmuel Rosner, Senior Fellow at the Jewish People Policy Institute, Senior Political Editor at LA's The Jewish Journal, and contributing opinion writer to The New York Times.

There is no cost to attend this event; however, space is limited and pre-registration is required. This event is mobility accessible, and an ASL interpreter can be available with advance notice.

Please bring a photo ID. Also, note all bags are subject to search.

RSVP



If you have questions or need special accommodations
, please contact us at israel@cjp.org.

In case of inclement weather, please call 617-457-8888 or visit cjp.org for event updates.



Back Bay Events Center (BBEC) is located within blocks of several MBTA stations.
  • Back Bay Station: servicing Commuter Rail, Amtrak, and the Orange Line. Located on Dartmouth Street between Stuart Street and Columbus Avenue, and on Clarendon Street near Columbus Avenue.
  • Copley Station: servicing the Green Line. Located at 640 Boylston Street at 230 Dartmouth Street.
  • Arlington Station: servicing the Green Line. Located at 300 Boylston Street at 20 Arlington Street.
Discount* parking is available at the Garage at 100 Clarendon, conveniently located just one block from BBEC.

*Bring your parking ticket with you and have a BBEC representative stamp it to receive proper discount.



Cynthia R. Janower
Chair, Board of Directors

Rabbi Marc Baker
President and CEO
Aviva Klompas
Associate Vice President
Strategic Israel Engagement
 


CJP welcomes the participation of interfaith couples and families, and people of all abilities, backgrounds, and sexual orientations.



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