Israeli Talmud: Tractate Independence – Sample Booklet
ABOUT THE PROJECT
WE DECLARE is an initiative that aims that to bring democracy and Jewish-democratic values to the center of Israeli and global Jewish discourse, inspired and based upon the Israeli Declaration of Independence. At the heart of We Declare is ISRAELI TALMUD: TRACTATE INDEPENDENCE – a brand-new book (in Hebrew) compiled and edited by BINA senior educator, Dov Elbaum, in partnership with the Israel Democracy Institute, published by Yediot Books. This incredible work is a compilation of over 160 original essays, interpretations, research, discussions and insights pertaining to each paragraph of Israel’s Declaration of Independence (Megilat HaAtzmaut), written by leading Israeli and international Jewish scholars from across the social-political spectrum.
ISRAEL TALMUD: TRACTATE INDEPENDENCE is an excellent tool for individuals and communities to learn, explore and discuss Judaism and Democracy and Israel around Yom HaAtzmaut (Israeli Independence Day) or year round!
The book (in Hebrew) can be purchased here (discount code: 1948). It is a tool for individuals and communities to learn, explore and discuss Judaism and Democracy and Israel.
ABOUT THE BOOKLET
The first booklet in Israeli Talmud: Tractate Independence focuses on PARAGRAPH SEVEN of Israel’s Declaration of Independence and explores issues of: Judaism and democracy, immigration and refugees and modern Israel, Israel and the Holocaust, and more.
Complete the form below to instantly download for free a 23-page sample booklet, including articles such as:
• “The American Declaration of Independence’s Influence on the Israeli Declaration of Independence” by Yoram Shachar
• “Because of or Despite the Holocaust?” by Haim Gouri
• “We Do Not Have the Freedom to Not Love the Stranger” by Dov Elbaum
and much more!
Please complete the form below for a FREE INSTANT DOWNLOAD of Israeli Talmud: Tractate Independence, Paragraph Seven (Sample English Booklet, PDF).