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How to Talk About Israel
Hadassah is often asked for advice about the appropriate way to respond to criticism of Israel from news articles, editorials, television and radio programs, speakers at public forums, and small group gatherings which frequently include individuals from multiple religious faiths. As Hadassah members and leaders, we support the democratically elected Government of Israel. We strive to understand the intricacies of the situation in the Middle East and be articulate and diplomatic advocates for Israel.
You can download a helpful guide and learn how to respond to challenging questions about Israel by going to “My Hadassah” and searching for “How to Talk about Israel” under Zionist Education.
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From our President
Welcome to Suffolk Hadassah’s Web Page.
Our current programs and events are open to our members, their families and friends. We welcome everyone’s support and always welcome new ideas, input, and suggestions.
Hadassah is a non-profit organization that raises funds for world renowned medical research, programs that help the less fortunate, and address women’s issues worldwide.
We are a sisterhood of women where lifelong friendships are made while supporting Israel, wellness, and world peace.
Suffolk Hadassah is purposeful and enriching to our membership. We look forward to our member’s participation and contributions as well as welcoming new women to join our Hadassah family.
Any questions or thoughts, call our Suffolk Region office located on the 2nd floor – Room 53, of the Suffolk Y-JCC in Commack
Love in Hadassah,
Suffolk Region President
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Walk 2018 Kickoff
April 19, 2018
On Sunday, April 15, 2018, we gathered in the home of Nechama Gonenn to learn about, and raise funds for, stem cell research and treatment. Through the magic of modern technology, (Skype) we were able to listen to and see Malia Litman from her home in Texas. We were spellbound as she described her devastating symptoms and her journey back to health at Hadassah Hospital where she received stem cell treatment. She entered the hospital in a wheelchair and left on her own two feet! Light refreshments completed an exhilarating day.
Sunday in the Park
June 10, 2018
On June 10, we held our Fifth Annual Walk for Stem Cell Research. While eating a light breakfast of bagels, oranges and coffee, we were energized and entertained by the lively music of the Just Cause Band; then we walked through beautiful Dix Hills Park. Best of all, we raised just under $40,000 for this very crucial research which will bring hope to the many people suffering with ALS and MS as well as so many other life threatening diseases. Thank you to everyone who supported us.
israel/Zionist Affairs VP