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Ezra-Habonim, the Niles Township Jewish Congregation, Hosts JUF Event With Middle East Expert Elie Rekhess
Ezra-Habonim, the Niles Township Jewish Congregation, hosts a brunch supporting the 2012 Jewish United Fund-Israel Emergency Fund.
The event will feature Elie Rekhess, a leading historian of the contemporary Middle East. His fields of expertise include the Israeli-Arab conflict, Palestinian politics, Islamic resurgence, the Arab Minority in Israel, and Jewish-Arab relations.
The event is chaired by Joel H. Farber of Skokie.
The central address of Chicago’s Jewish community, the Jewish United Fund-Israel Emergency Fund mobilizes the resources that bring wide-ranging humanitarian services to 300,000 Chicagoans of all faiths and 2 million Jews in Israel and worldwide.
More About Ezra-Habonim The Niles Township
Ezra-Habonim is a Conservative synagogue in central Skokie. Its mission is serving the spiritual, religious, educational, and social needs of the Jewish community. EH considers itself welcoming to all individuals and families who are seeking a vital center to nurture their Jewish life. The synagogue is committed to educating children with the Hebrew language and a Jewish learning program.