Anti-Semitism: Ancient Roots, Modern Branches: Rabbi Fink, Sun, Dec 16, 10 am

A broken window is seen at the center of the Jewish community in Rostock, northern Germany, Thursday, Jan. 8, 2009. German police say the Jewish community center was damaged by vandals in an apparent anti-Semitic attack. One or more suspects threw stones through several windows overnight, including a pane decorated with the star of David. (AP Photo/Thomas Haentzschel)

Join us for a two-part talk on Anti-Semitism: Ancient Roots and Modern Branches by Rabbi Gary Fink, Rabbi Emeritus at Oseh Shalom, on Sundays, December 9 and 16 at 10:00 am.  In the first session on December 9, he will discuss sources of anti-Jewish sentiments in the ancient world.  In the second session on December 16, he will examine how those ideas have evolved and are manifest in modern times.

Sponsored by the Lifelong Learning Committee.  For information and questions, contact Judy Katz, judy.katz3@verizon.net.

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