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1102 East Lasalle Avenue
South Bend, IN, 46617
United States

(574) 234-8584

Sinai Synagogue – an integral part of the South Bend community since 1932.

Sinai Synagogue is a proud part of the Masorti (Conservative) Movement, a dynamic blend of our inclusive, egalitarian approach and a commitment to Jewish tradition.

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Rabbi Arik Ascherman: "Why Should Zionists Care About Palestinian Rights?"

Steve Lotter

Join us on Monday, December 4th at 6:30 p.m. as we invite special guest Rabbi Arik Ascherman for a talk titled: "Why Should Zionists Care About Palestinian Rights?"

Rabbi Arik Ascherman led Rabbis For Human Rights for 21 years, and is in the process of creating a new human rights organization, "Torat Tzedek (Torah of Justice). Rabbi Ascherman is a sought after lecturer, has received numerous prizes for his human rights work and has been featured in several documentary films, including the 2010 "Israel vs Israel."

Monday, December 4th
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. - reception in the social hall (wine, cheese and appetizers)
7:30 p.m. - "Why Should Zionist Care About Palestinian Rights?" with Rabbi Arik Ascherman

Click here to RSVP.

Rabbi Arik Ascherman of Rabbis for Human Rights with Fatma Mouhammd Nawaja from Susiya in the South Hebron Hills. Fatima's village is at risk of demolition. Palestinians must apply for permits in order to build in this area but only 1% of permits are granted, forcing people to build without permits and risk demolition. Rabbis for Human Rights help defend Palestinian communities in the area. (Photo: Eoghan Rice / Trócaire) Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)

Rabbi Arik Ascherman of Rabbis for Human Rights with Fatma Mouhammd Nawaja from Susiya in the South Hebron Hills. Fatima's village is at risk of demolition. Palestinians must apply for permits in order to build in this area but only 1% of permits are granted, forcing people to build without permits and risk demolition. Rabbis for Human Rights help defend Palestinian communities in the area. (Photo: Eoghan Rice / TrócaireAttribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)