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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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Installation and Women of the Year
October 24, 2017
On October 24, we installed our new Region Officers & celebrated our Region’s Women of the Year at the Stonebridge Country Club. We participated in a lively interactive discussion on Jewish Medical Ethics With Rabbi Aaron Benson and Marc Shapiro MD and enjoyed great shopping and lunch. It was a memorable afternoon in so many ways.
April 15, 2018
Join us as we host our Walk for Stem Cell Research "Kickoff" Event on April 15. After hearing from Dr. Galina Botchkina, a stem cell researcher at Stony Brook University Medical Center, brunch will be served. Minimum Donation is $100.
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