A Night to honor isrAEL
wE HOSTED THIS EVENT ON September 10,
2009 in conjunction with Christians
united for Israel. It brought together
speakers from CUFI, the Israeli consulate,
the David Project, and local leaders to
celebrate our common support for Israel.
We raised $8,604 for Magen David
Adom,Israel’s “Red Cross” organization.
Now more than ever – Israel needs U.S.
We stand with Israel sponsored Rabbi
Yossi Jacobson at the University of
Vermont to highlight the connection
between Israel and the United sTATES, IN
AN ENGROSSING AND OCCASIONALLY
HUMOROUS MANNER. wE WERE ABLE TO
PROVIDE zaka, a first response
organization in Israel, with a
contribution of $3,205.
Holocaust film series
a series of six films dealing with events
connected to the Holocaust that
occurred in Germany under Adolf Hitler
were offered in the fall and winter of
2011-2012. This was a stark reminder that
the world can “never again” let
something like this happen.
AN EVENING WITH BRET sTEPHANS
oN sEPTEMBER, 2012 WE HOSTED bRET
sTEPHANS, dEPUTY iNTERNATIONAL Editor of
the Wall Street Editor. We were informed
and challenged about the current state
of affairs in Israel and the Middle East.
We raised $5,340 for Operation Lifeshield
to build a bomb shelter for a
kindergarten complex in Netivot, ISrael.
Unmasked JudeoPhobia and the Threat to Civilization
Unmasked Judeophobia is a meticulous
examination of rising Anti-Jewish
Ideology. The Producer/Director, Gloria
Greenfield, travels from Israel to Europe
to North America, covering this
phenomenon from all angles, including
historical Christian and contemporary
Islamic polemics against JEws, the
proliferation of anti-Israel bias in
academia and cultural institutions,
misinformation campaigns and state-
sanctioned denials of Israel’s right to
exist. We introduced the Vermont premier
of this film on January 29, 2013.
Charles Jacobs of Americans for Peace
and Tolerance spoke to a gathering at
the Billings Center at UVM and showed his
new film, “losing our sons” on April 18,
2013. The film is a documentary about two
families whose lives became intertwined
when the college student of one Baptist
family becomes a radicalized Muslim and
kills the younger soldier son of the
other family at a recruiting station in
Little Rock, Arkansas in 2009.
A nuclear iran and the new middle east
DR. MORDECHAI KEDAR, DIRECTOR OF THE
CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF THE MIDDLE EAST
AND iSLAM, AND A RESEARCH ASSOCIATE OF
THE BEGIN-SADAT CENTER FOR STRATEGIC
STUDIES IS ONE OF ISRAEL’S LEADING FIGURES
IN UNDERSTANDING THE ARAB WORLD. oN
jANUART 13, 2014, dR. kedar presented his
views, supported by documents and
personal knowledge, to the public at the
davis center at uvm. He discussed
developments in Iran, its nuclear
program, what motivates the ayatollahs,
how the world can deal with Iran, and
what can be done to remove the threat.