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Professor Jeffrey Stein is the Professor of Jewish History at a prestigious
university in New England. Professor Stein is admired by all of his students, and
is a mentor and role model for most of his students and his colleagues as well.
As a professor, he is known for his unique way of teaching and thinking outside
the box, and on a personal level, he has a wonderful personality. Jeffs love and
devotion to the State of Israel is known throughout the campus. He shares his
pro-Israel views at every opportunity he gets, and participates in many
discussions and panels, both in the University and in the general community.
Many of his past students, Jewish and non-Jewish alike today hold positions in
the American government, in newspapers and American media, and in all other
areas that hold influence over the public. As a direct result of Jeffs influence
on them, all these leaders of American culture have given much to Israel, and
offer their opinions at every opportunity. In this way, they have added much to
the public relations of the State of Israel in American society.
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Gilbert Stein was always mystified by his fathers stories about Israel. When
he graduated college, he said goodbye to his friends and family, and made Aliyah.
Gil served in the Israeli Defense Forces as a medic in a combat unit. After three
years of service, he moved to a Kibbutz. Three years later he became a member
of this Kibbutz, and married Meirav, who was from the Kibbutz as well. Today
they are the parents of three children:
Eitan, who just recently finished his own service in the Israeli Defense Forces
and is now traveling through South America with his girlfriend, and the twins
Yael and Osnat, who are in 9th grade.
Gil is the Director of Tourism on the Kibbutz, and will serve in the reserves next
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Jonathan Stein is the Vice President of an automobile factory in Midwest North
America. HE was the last brother to leave his fathers house, and he stayed
close with his father after he left.
Johns abilities and qualities are well known in the car industry. Through hard
work and dedication, John built for himself a reputation as a young and
promising professional. Many companies and firms are interested in John and
are trying to recruit him to work for them, and the offers keep coming.
Not long after hi got married, John adopted a new habit. On the first day of
every month he sent a check to an Israeli charity organization. He started with
small amounts of money, but as he grew more successful in work, his donations
increased. Today, John is a known philanthropist, and is involved in many
fundraising projects for the betterment of Israel.
He still sends a personal check at the beginning of every month, worth $20,000.
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Charles Stein is the Director of a large JCC on the West Coast. Basically for his
entire life, Chuck has been connected to Israel in these and other ways. He was
a camper and afterwards a counselor in a youth movement.
When he was in college, Chuck started and led the pro-Israel club on campus,
which has succeeded even until today, and is now led by his son, Adi.
Chucks JCC is known for his Israeli programming.
About 6 years ago, Chuck created a special academic track that lasts 3 months
for high school students in his JCC. The curriculum, entitled Lets Travel to
Israel involves subjects such as the History of Zionism, the Foundation of the
State of Israel, Israeli Current Events, Israeli Society, etc. Before the end of
the course, the students travel together on a highly subsidized trip for 5 weeks
to Israel, and during that trip the students are immersed in what they learned
throughout the course.
12 out of 240 Students who took part in this program from its beginning made
Aliyah and are now living in Israel as citizens.
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