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Sponsored by Temple Sinai’s Israel Committee, popular speaker and Harvard Wexner Fellow Jonathan Tadmor-Eliya will return to Temple Sinai on Sunday, April 24 at 7:30 p.m. Jonathan is the Director of the Economics Department at the Tel Aviv District Attorney’s office where he has served as a prosecutor since 1998. He was the head of the prosecution team of the “Holyland” case, which was considered a milestone in the struggle against corruption in Israel and one of its most significant criminal cases. Mr. Tadmor, who recently spoke at the synagogue on being a gay man and parent in Israel, will now discuss the experience of being a white collar and public corruption prosecutor in Israel. All are welcome to join us. Please join us.+ More... - Less...
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