Israel Action Committee invites you to…
…an interview with Rabbi Gabby Dagan, by committee chair Paul Warhit. Rabbi Dagan will be sharing his religious journey from Orthodox to Progressive Judaism, giving a unique perspective on 2022 Israeli politics. This event is in person only, at Temple Israel of New Rochelle.
Q&A from the audience, will follow the interview.
Click to RSVP to Paul Warhit, Chair of Israel Action Committee, or call (914) 316-9742. The first 50 responses will have FREE ADMISSION to the event. So please respond TODAY!
Rabbi Gabby Dagan Bio
Rabbi Dagan was born in the development town of Hatzor Ha-Gelilit in the north of Israel to a traditional Morrocan-Iranian Orthodox family. He was educated within the Orthodox stream of the Israeli education system and in a B’nei Akiva Yeshivah. Following his army service as a Religious Affairs Officer, Rabbi Dagan left the Orthodox way of life for academic studies. He has a BA from Haifa University in Sociology, Anthropology, and Politics, and an MA in Jewish History from Haifa University. Rabbi Dagan has served as a congregational rabbi in Haifa for the last 13 years and is now in partnership with Rabbi Naama Dafni Kelen as co-senior rabbis of Congregation Or Hadash in Haifa, Israel.
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