Gratz College
7605 Old York Road
Melrose Park, PA 19027

Thursday, March 27, 2003, 7:30 pm
A rare opportunity to observe Israeli society as it appears through the eyes of a group of politically divergent young people awaiting the start of their military service in the IDF. In the course of a year of community service on the northern border of Jerusalem, the young adults pour out their hearts and say what many Israelis truly think and feel.
Country: Israel
Release Date: 2002
Time: 54 minutes
Genre: Documentary, War
Language: Hebrew with English subtitles
Director: Hanoch Zeevi
Guest Speaker: Rabbi Phil Cohen Rabbi Cohen received his ordination from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York City.  He earned a Ph.D. in Jewish thought from Brandeis University, and Master of Fine Arts degree from Spalding University in Louisville. He is a strong advocated of Israel, loves theology, Bible, Jewish History, exploring interfaith relations, and reading and writing fiction.  He has just completed his first novel, Desolation Row: A Nick Bones mystery, which, by its title, suggests another might be on the way.