Monthly Archives: September 2008

Introducing “IMPACT ISRAEL”

One of today’s major threats to stability and world peace is the Iranian nuclear program and the extensive terrorist network that it supports worldwide. Iranian President Ahmadinejad made a mockery of the United Nations the other day where he gave one of the most anti-semitic speeches ever heard within the walls of the UN.
Something must be done.

A private new initiative is getting under way that involves the production of a TV program called IMPACT ISRAEL that will include an extensive use of media to encourage the democratic proclivity for promoting progressive change and making Israel and the rest of the world a better and safer place to live.

 This important TV series will highlight threats to the civilized world including Islamic Fundamentalist terrorism and the Iranian nuclear program.

The program will also include segments…

– that stress the positive influence of the State of Israel

– Israel’s contributions to the international community

– Israel’s geo-strategic importance as a bastion of democracy in the Middle East.

The TV program will present in-depth interviews with policy makers, think tank fellows, political analysts and security experts.

IMPACT ISRAEL will be produced and distributed by a team of people who were also involved in the production of Jerusalem on Line, hosted by Michael Greenspan, that was distributed worldwide in the 90’s.

It will be taped in Israel and televised worldwide with an emphasis on spreading the word to countries that have a high probability of supporting Israel if only their constituencies had more truthful information about Israel and the threats.
You know this information well and now we need to your help to make sure others hear this information too.

We are currently seeking the support of like-minded individuals and organizations to support this important program.

IMPACT ISRAEL is a private initiative that will be based on the public’s support.

For more information about this very timely and important program please contact

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Who is the movie about?

12Tribe Films Foundation and the OU Israel Center are proud to present a new movie about one of the biggest Tzaddikim of the 20th century.
The screenings will take place during Chol Hamoed Sukkot at the OU Israel Center in Jerusalem. A perfect personality to learn from during the chagim.
Who is the movie about?
Anyone who guesses correctly will receive 50% off the entrance fee to the movie at the Israel Center.
Please post a reply to this blog post with your answer and check the blog periodically to find out the answer. We will contact anyone who guesses correctly and inform them about their 50% discounted ticket.

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Educating Teenagers Today

Torn” the Play – about the challenge of educating teenagers today

See the Pre-Selichot production of TORN the play at the Young Israel of Jamaica Estates on Motzei Shabbat Sept. 20th.



“Torn is an outstanding, dynamic presentation by the Aspaklaria Theater of the spiritual struggles of a religious Jewish teenager who is questioning the tradition in which he was raised and educated.

It is thought provoking and well acted and a must see for High School and College youth as well as their parents. It provides a piercing insight into the inner thoughts of today’s youth and is ideal for penetrating discussions between parents and children.

I highly recommend, no insist, that parents and their teenage children view it together, and soon!” – Rabbi Steven Pruzansky, Congregation Bnai Yeshurun

This is an exceptional play that portrays the educational problems that challenge our generation. 

With the great importance of the play’s theme, it will naturally draw many responses, questions and new understandings from students, educators and parents, each with their own perspective.” – Rabbi Riskin, Chief Rabbi of Efrat

For more information or to book the play today:

Contact or 718-577-1390

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