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American rabbis, cantors team with Breaking the Silence

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Published: 14 August 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

American rabbinical group teams up with Breaking the Silence to provide W. Bank tours – Haaretz 10.08.16
New York-based T'ruah, whose membership consists of rabbis and cantors, Breaking the Silence and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund will give Jewish groups visiting Israel a perspective on 'how the occupation affects Israelis.'

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Rabbinical students learn to make social justice a reality – Cathryn J. Prince – The Times of Israel 09.08.16
Now in its fifth year, T’ruah is helping five aspiring clergy get hands-on experience assisting the community where it counts the most.

Benefactor cancels bequest to Israeli university over snub of anti-occupation NGO
– Or Kashti – Haaretz 05.08.16
93-year-old donor says university's cancellation of prize to Breaking the Silence was 'shameful surrender to the nationalistic and anti-democratic mindset.'

Israeli writer rejects Hon PhD from Ben Gurion University
July 12, 2016

Ex Shin Bet head, ex IDF general defend Breaking the Silence
December 19, 2015

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