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Netanya AACI



Above and Beyond
Film Screening, followed by talk with Murray Greenfield
7.30pm Tuesday 7 February
Above and Beyond is a feature-length documentary. The film focuses on the foreign airmen (Jewish American pilots) who answered Israel’s call for help in the 1948 War of Independence and their true exploits that ensured Israel’s victory. This film shares new interviews with the pilots, as well as providing stunning aerial footage, to present a fascinating, little-known true tale filled with high emotion, heroism and plenty of chutzpah.
More than a retelling of the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, Above and Beyond examines the motivations of the foreign volunteers – both Jews and non-Jews. As members of Machal (volunteers from abroad), this ragtag band of brothers turned the tide of the war. Above and Beyond was filmed on location in the U.S., Israel and the U.K.
Immediately following the film presentation, Machal Volunteer and author, Murray Greenfield, will speak of his experiences and take questions from the audience. We are delighted to have the opportunity to welcome Murray back to Netanya.
He was one of the founding members of the Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel (AACI), which flourished during the years when he served as executive director.
Members pre-paid NIS 40 Members at Door NIS 50 Non-members NIS 60

Israel's Battle Against BDS and Political Warfare
Guest Lecturer: Dan Diker   8.00pm Thursday 16 March
Dan Diker was born in New York City and graduated from Harvard University in 1984, and subsequently attended Harvard Graduate School of Business. He earned a Master's degree in Government and Counterterrorism at the lnter-Disciplinary Center in Herzlia, lsrael. He and his family made Aliyah in 1990 and they currently reside near Jerusalem. Mr. Diker is a Foreign Policy Fellow at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and an Adjunct Fellow of the Hudson lnstitute in Washington D.C. He writes a regular column on Foreign Affairs for the Jerusalem Post.From 2002 to 2010, Mr. Diker served as senior Foreign Policy Analyst and then Director of the lnstitute for Contemporary Affairs in the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs where he edited several policy books on the Iranian regime and lsrael's national security doctrine. From 2011 to 2013, Dan Diker served as Secretary General of the World Jewish Congress, a global diplomatic organization representing the official Jewish communities in 100 countries.
Members pre-paid NIS 40 Members at Door NIS 50 Non-members NIS 60