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On Thursday, October 20, from 1:00 - 6:00 PM, the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies will present "Arabs, Jews and 'Arab-Jews': Israel's Entangled Identities", the third annual Gayle and Larry Wieseneck Israel Symposium.

The symposium brings together Frankel Institute Fellows and other prominent scholars to discuss Israel's entangled identities between Arabs and Jews.  It will discuss "Arab-Jews" or "Mizrahim" (Jews from Arab-Muslim lands), as evolving and dynamic concepts, and will encompass topics such as the role of Arab-Islamic Civilization in Israeli culture, Misrahi immigration, protests, and the Arabized Jewish Diaspora.

Click here for the complete schedule