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Netanya AACI


Zionist Quiz   8.00pm Monday 2 March
On Israel’s Independence Day Israeli TV Channel 10 will screen the final of The Great Zionist Quiz. Preliminary rounds of the quiz are being held around the country. For the first time, the Zionist Quiz will include representatives from the English speaking community in Israel.
Netanya AACI, together with The Zionist Council in Israel-Anglo Division are hosting a first round. The winner of our event will proceed to the next stage of the National Zionist Quiz. Quiz questions will be in English and a general knowledge of Israel's history and Israel’s current affairs is required. The questions will be prepared by The Zionist Council in Israel.
For the first round event a team can be represented by an individual; for later stages the team must be expanded to include four family members representing three generations. The final round will be televised in Jerusalem and broadcast on Motzei Yom HaAtzmaut on Channel 10. The winning family will receive a family trip following the footsteps of Theodor Herzl’s journey from Europe to Jerusalem, from his birthplace to the Three Kings Hotel with its famous balcony.
So ask yourself: do you think you know all about Israel? Is your family the most Zionist is all the land? Further details and a Youtube video showing the format of the quiz can be found at http://zionyeda.co.il/details.html. Or visit The Great Zionist Quiz on Facebook. The Quiz is sponsored by the World Zionist Organization.
Interested participants must register in advance.
Members NIS 20    Non-members NIS 30
The Human Face of Israel's Early Prime Ministers 8.00pm Sunday 19 April
Dr. Avraham Avi-hai was born in Toronto and studied at Columbia University, Toronto University and Yeshiva University. He immigrated to Israel in 1952, initially working as a farmer and building laborer in a kibbutz in the south of Israel. He now lives facing the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. He writes a bi-weekly column for The Jerusalem Post. Avraham was on the staff of David Ben Gurion and Levi Eshkol and was recruited to government service by Teddy Kollek. He has lectured in most major cities in the Western world. In the early 1970s, he was a founding Dean of the Rothberg International School at the Hebrew University. Avraham's book Ben Gurion - State Builder has appeared in English, Hebrew, French and Spanish. His other two books are Danger! Three Jewish Peoples and a novel, A Tale of Two Avrahams.
Members pre-paid NIS 35 Non-members and at door NIS 45

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