The impending Nor’easter that is supposed to bury NYC has prompted me to arrange to go to Israel a day earlier than I planned, because otherwise I don’t know if I could have made it before Shabbat.
I’m still firming up details, but I plan to host two events while I’m in the Land.
One will be an update on the symposium I held last year, called Donald Trump: Good for the Jews? It is planned to be in a nice venue in Jerusalem’s Old City, with what I understand is a stunning view, scheduled for 3 PM this coming Sunday. Seating is limited so email me if you are interested and I can send the exact address as soon as I have everything firmed up.
The other event will be the Hasby Awards, this time scheduled to be held on Thursday evening, March 15, at Bar Ilan University. As with last time, the best and the brightest Israel advocates will be together for a gala evening. I’m still working out the logistics but I’ll post them here as soon as they are ironed out. (If there are any previous winners who want to attend that I have not yet invited, please email me at elder -at- elderofziyon.com.)
I switched my planned flight from Aeroflot to El Al, which is a good thing, but even El Al doesn’t have wi-fi. So I will be suffering from withdrawal symptoms during the flight. I’m fairly certain that lack of wi-fi is a human rights violation under Geneva, and I plan to address this deficiency at the next Elders meeting.
Blogging will be light for the next ten days as I attend to the many things planned for my visit.
See you on the other side!
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