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Watch for new documentary, “The J Street Challenge”

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Received from a friend:

Finally……not a moment too soon. Hopefully it will come here!

Friends, If you’re in Miami on Feb 17th, you’re in luck. An important new documentary, The J Street Challenge, will have its world premiere at 7 PM, introduced by Alan Dershowitz.
 
The J Street Challenge calmly dissects J Street’s lies and distortions, and gives powerful ammunition to pro-Israel fighters. We’ve been waiting for a film like this: well-made, riveting, and relentless. I suspect it will have a major impact on college campuses.
 
Please help spread the word.
 
Stella Paul

 

 
World Premiere of  
THE J STREET CHALLENGE
 
 
 
HOSTED BY 
 
THE RIVIERA PARLIAMENT 
 
AND 
 
THE YOUNG ISRAELI PROFESSIONALS
 
 
 The World premiere  of 
THE J STREET CHALLENGE
Will be on 
MONDAY February 17
at 7:00 pm
 
 
Please join us for the world premiere of the provocative new documentary, THE J STREET CHALLENGE,

a film about the American Jewish Community and its relationship with Israel.  This presentation will feature an introduction by Harvard Professor ALAN DERSHOWITZ.

 
Please forward to anyone you think will want to see this important film. 
 

THE J STREET CHALLENGE 
 
 
The film examines the rise of an activist organization whose idealistic message appeals to many who are frustrated by the Middle East conflict and want peace between Arabs and Jews. Since it was founded in 2008, J Street has attracted controversy. Critics claim that J Street has divided the Jewish community and weakened American Jewish support for Israel. 
 
The film includes distinguished scholars and writers from across the political spectrum including Harvard ProfessorsAlan Dershowitz and Ruth WisseRabbi Daniel Gordis,Caroline Glick, and Wall Street Journal Columnist, Bret Stephens
 
There will be a panel discussion following the film with Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz, known as one of America’s most prominent and eloquent defenders of Israel;Charles Jacobs, co-founder of The David Project, the American Anti-Slavery Group, and Americans for Peace and Tolerance; and Ralph Avi Goldwasser, the executive producer of the film, co-founder of The David Project, and the executive producer of several films including The Forgotten Refugees,
Columbia Unbecoming, and Northeastern Unbecoming
 
Where & When
MONDAY FEBRUARY 17 at 7:00 pm
Frank Theaters Intracoastal 8
3701 NE 163rd Street
North Miami Beach, FL  33160
7:00pm-9:00PM
 
Tickets are $10 in advance-$18 at the door

BUY YOUR TICKETS
Seating is limited. 
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