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Aryeh Green at TBI

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Temple Beth Israel

3033 N. Towne Ave

Pomona, ca 91767

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Temple Beth Israel present a weekend with Aryeh Green, author of the book "My Israel Trail," about hiking the 600-mile Israel National Trail and the search for peace in the Middle East; Chief Strategy Officer at EnergiyaGlobal, an Israeli developer of renewable energy projects for Africa; director emeritus of MediaCentral, a Jerusalem-based project of HonestReporting providing support services to foreign journalists based in or visiting Israel. High-tech business consultant and executive; public diplomacy (‘hasbara’) spokesman; regional democracy activist; reserve briefing officer in IDF Spokesperson’s Unit.

Aryeh grew up in San Francisco, and his family is a founding member of Temple Emanuel; he made Aliya in 1984. He has been a policy advisor to Natan Sharansky since the mid-1990s, including as a senior member of minister Sharansky’s staff in the prime minister’s office, where he was responsible for contacts with Arab democracy activists as well as for relations with ‘next generation’ Jewish leaders. He holds a BA in psychology from UC Berkeley, anMA in international relations from Hebrew University, and anMSc in business management from Boston/Ben Gurion Universities.

Aryeh's visit will begin Friday evening with a Shabbat dinner followed by his participation as featured speaker at ou Brenda Rosenfeld Scholars Series Erev Shabbat service. He will also particpate in events on Saturday evening and Sunday morning. All events are open to the community with no charge, except for Shabbat dinner on April 5th which requires prior reservations and $25. Shabbat dinner reservations and payment are available here on Eventbrite. RSVPs are also appreciated for the Saturday evening Havdalah event.

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