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The Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs cordially invite you as an important member of the Jewish Community to a unique celebration:

JERUSALEM UNITED

Fifty Years of Freedom, Three Thousand Years of Jewish History
A Live 3D Presentation with Ambassador Dore Gold

Tuesday, June 6, 2017 7:00pm at the Museum of Tolerance


This exciting sensory experience brings Sacred Sites and ancient documents to life while telling the story of the Jewish people’s unbreakable connection to Israel and Jerusalem through the ages.


Ambassador Dore Gold is President of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. He was the eleventh Permanent Representative of Israel to the United Nations (1991-1999). He has served as advisor to Prime Ministers Ariel Sharon and Benjamin Netanyahu. In his capacity as foreign policy advisor, Ambassador Gold served as an envoy to the Palestinian Authority, Egypt, Jordan, and the Gulf States. As Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs until October 2016, he advanced policies that strengthened Israel on a global level – from Africa and Asia to the Mideast and the Western world.

Due to an overwhelming response we have received the maximum number of reservations that we can take for this event and have no more tickets available.
If you are a current Member and would like to be placed on a waiting list please e-mail specialevent@museumoftolerance.com and be sure to include the following:
- Member's Name
- Member's Number (required to be placed on waiting list)
- E-mail address of the member
- Telephone number
- # of tickets requested – maximum of 2
Museum members will be placed on a Waiting List in the order the requests are received. We will only contact you if we receive a cancellation.



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