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Yossi Klein Halevi and Imam Abdullah Antepli
Transforming Muslim-Jewish Relations
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On Modern Jewish Identities (Video)
Melila Hellner-Eshed
The Stories We Tell About Ourselves (Video)
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Hartman Summer 2016 Videos Now Available for Viewing

SHI NEWS
HartmanSummer Participants Write of their Experiences
Rabbis and community leaders in HartmanSummer 2016 programs in Jerusalem write about how they were inspired, moved, educated, and challenged during their time with us
‘Putting God Second’ Reviewed in NY Times
Donniel Hartman asks why Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are unable to create individuals with moral sensitivity and societies with the highest ethical standards
SHI NORTH AMERICA PROGRAMS AND STUDY
Summer 2016: What is a Jew? Completed 
Hundreds at Hartman Institute in Jerusalem this summer grappled with the challenges and explored the opportunities of 21st Century Jewish identity
Summer iEngage Internship in Jerusalem 
Shalom Hartman Institute of North America has developed a range of programs to support the growth of values-based conversations about Israel on campus.
Hevruta Gap-Year Program 
The Hevruta Gap-Year Program, run in partnership with Hebrew College, embraces the complexities of Jewish identity in Israel and North America and empowers a pluralistic group of emerging leaders to create a new, shared values-based language rooted in Jewish tradition.
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THE iENGAGE PROJECT

The goal of the iEngage Project is to respond to growing feelings of disenchantment and disinterest toward Israel among an ever-increasing number of Jews worldwide by creating a new narrative regarding the significance of Israel for Jewish life.

This narrative will serve as a foundation for a new covenant between Israel and world Jewry, elevating the existing discourse from one with a crisis-based focus to one rooted in Jewish values and ideas.

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