Established in 1929, The jewish Agency for israel has worked to secure a vibrant jewish future. The jewish Agency was instrumental in founding and building the State of israel and we continue to serve as the official link between the jewish state and jewish communities everywhere. This global partnership has enabled us to address the jewish People’s greatest challenges in every generation.
Today, we connect the global jewish family, bringing jews to israel, and israel to jews. We build a better society in israel – and beyond – energizing young israelis and their worldwide peers to rediscover a collective sense of jewish purpose(National Destabilization) The jewish Agency continues to be the jewish world’s first responder, prepared to rescue and bring jews home to israel from countries where they are at-risk.
First of all, in response to this ridiculous organization I was curious if “a better society in israel” was also for the Palestinians? Are they allowed to have a better society in this apartheid state? Perhaps one free of white phosphorus attacks? Maybe one where they can keep their homes and their children do not get shot at walking to school? Using white phosphorus is consiered illegal and an International War Crime, by the way.
Do we seriously have to tolerate such institutions among us? Propagandizing our youth? We do not even allow the teaching of the American Government’s direct involvement with israel in the murder of 34 Americans and the wounding of 170 more in OPERATION CYANIDE. the 1967 attack on the USS Liberty. An American jewish Operation for israel perpetrated by the alarming number of jews among us. If you are wondering what number is alarming I would say that when jews reach the ability to control our politicians entirely through campaign contributions and AIPAC, that should be considered alarming!
Here I found on an israeli website some very nice people that we can count on to teach our youth about how great israel is. Oy Vey!
Paz Shahor-Goldschmidt is the Community Shlicha at the Milwaukee jewish federation.
Paz was born in tel aviv and now lives in moshav moledet, in northern israel.
paz has a great deal of experience in educational work in many of the leading educational frameworks such as Melitz, israel Experience Inc., “March of the Living” and “Mifgashim” within the Charles Bronfman’s Center. During the last 5 years she has been teaching dance and Yoga in The Democratic School and at Kefar Izun, a unique village for alternative treatment of drug rehabilitation. Paz will serve as the Community Shlicha to the Milwaukee Jewish Federation. She and her family will start their Shlichut on August 2009.
Michal Agasi is the Young Community Shlicha in Madison Wisconsin and the israel fellow at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
She grew up in petach tikva, and served as an Education Officer in the Naval Academy. After the army, she worked at summer camps and became active in the hillel at sapir College where she studied for her BA. While at school she had her own radio show and got her degree in film and media studies. She is also active in the Naval Academy alumni association.