United Hebrew to examine how Six-Day War changed Jewish and Israeli history

United Hebrew Congregation invites the community to its weekly, month-long series discussing why the June 1967 War was a transformative moment in Jewish, Israeli and Middle Eastern history. 

Some of the topics of discussion include how and why the war solidified Israel’s existence, expanded the content of the Arab-Israeli conflict to include negotiations, altered internal Israeli politics, blended religious Zionism with the political right, changed the relationship between Israel and the Diaspora, and unfolded the diplomatic concept of land for peace.

The series, which meets in the Spielberg Chapel at United Hebrew, 13788 Conway Road, began on Thursday, Aug. 3 and runs from 7 – 8 p.m. for consecutive Thursdays in August. Attendees can come to as many sessions as they like. There is no cost to attend but RSVPs are appreciated by contacting Angie Klenke at [email protected]