Antisemitism: The Oldest Hatred

Adult Education Seminar with Rabbi Sharon Sobel
Thursday October 13
Thursday, October 20
Wednesday, October 26
Thursday, November 3
(All sessions begin at 7:15 PM and end at 8:30 PM)

Almost 80 anti-Semitic incidents happen every month around the country, many of them involving children, teenagers and young adults. This is according to the most recent audit of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL)

It takes place in our schools, sports fields, our government buildings, our congregations, our cemeteries.

Antisemitism is known as “the oldest hatred.” Antisemitic incidents and crimes have increased and become more violent over the last few years. What can we do to “stop the hate?”

Join us in person for four sessions where we examine the issue in depth (it will be possible to participate by Zoom as well)

Pre-registration required. Register on the TBS website.
* The history and origins of antisemitism
* The changing face of antisemitism
* The Islamic and Arab world
* Anti-Zionism vs Antisemitism
* The New Left
* How to Fight Antisemitism
Suggested Reading:
Antisemitism, Here and Now by Deborah Lipstadt, Schocken Books, 2019.
How to Fight Antisemitism, by Bari Weiss, Penguin Random House, 2019

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