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Gil Troy, Hadassah Zionist

Tuesday, Jan 23 2018

Author Gil Troy says that a Hadassah Zionist is someone who knows that we can have disagreements on certain issues, but at the end of the day, we are united by a national project; making the State of Israel the best it can be. By rolling up our sleeves and doing, we not only make Israel great, we make ourselves great. Watch Mr. Troy explain his new book "The Zionist Ideas", how Hadassah members can get involved, and why as Israel turns 70, Zionism matters more than ever.

Gil Troy, Hadassah Zionist

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