To commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2020.
‘Don’t Call Me Annie’ – a play written and directed by Ruti Worrall
The play explores the ways the Shoah still affects young Jewish people today. It will be followed by a discussion with the writer, cast and first and second generation survivors of the Shoah.
Cast: Rosy Akalawu Ellman, Sharon Copitch and Lynne Nathan
Entry is free but please reserve places via www.menorah.org.uk
Food, drink, live Music (The Prescotts)
Phone Alan 798 5238, Sue 773 2580, or the shul office 773 4800.
Rav Ari Silbermann explores the history of jewish nationalist thought and how these debates play out in the modern State of Israel: The Chareidi Draft; The Kotel Compromise; Jewish Identity.
8pm Finger food and Israeli wine tasting
8.30pm Lecture followed by panel discussion
The Holocaust in Political Life: Israel and Europe in Comparison – Professor Dina Porat, Tel Aviv University and Chief Historian of Yad Vashem.
28 January – The Impact of the Holocaust on Israel’s Foreign Policy
29 January – The Working Definition of Antisemitism – Holocaust Related Contents and Debates
Come and listen to Leon McLeon who will introduce us to a fascinating heritage of civic and public buildings in Middleton.
Ben-Dror Yemini is an Israeli researcher, lecturer and senior journalist who conducted much research about anti-Israeli propoganda.
His best seller book was published in 2014 and addresses the lack of accountable reporting in contemporary media. Yemini gives lectures at leading universities and parliaments around the world and his articles are published in world’s leading newspapers.
Unable to be with us in December as originally planned, this afternoon we welcome the current Ceremonial Mayor of Salford, Cllr Charlie McIntyre. Cllr McIntyre is a Senior Psychiatric Nurse by profession, specialising in substance abuse. We look forward to hearing about his work in psychiatry and other aspects of his busy life, including involvement with numerous people in the Jewish community.