Judaism, Zionism, Pluralism and Israel Today with Muki Tzur
One of Israel’s most celebrated authors and historians, and a member of Kibbutz Ein Gev since 1956, Muki Tzur is a leading expert on the first Aliyah movements, early Zionism and settlement of Israel, the Labor Movement and Kibbutz life. He served as the secretary of the Kibbutz Movement for seven years. Tzur was among the founders of and currently teaches at HaMidrasha at Oranim and BINA’s Secular Yeshiva in Tel-Aviv—working with groups of young people who seek to build a democratic Jewish culture that is based on Jewish sources and on socialist Zionism.
BINA, an NIF grantee, promotes the development of pluralistic Jewish culture among the secular public in Israel by conducting educational and community activities through the world’s first Secular Yeshiva.
Event LocationCongregation Etz Chayim
4161 Alma Street
Palo Alto, CA 94306