Tuesday, September 1, 2009

The AFSI CHIZUK CHAYE SARAH MISSION is on the road again

AMERICANS FOR A SAFE ISRAEL/AFSI
1751 SECOND AVE, NEW YORK, NY 10128
 afsi@rcn.com  212-828-2424; http://www.afsi.org/ 
September, 2009;
Contact: Helen Freedman






The AFSI CHIZUK CHAYE SARAH MISSION is on the road again -
This time with a new partner, MANHIGUT YEHUDIT




AFSI and MANHIGUT YEHUDIT are proud to announce their joint Chizuk mission to Israel, November 8-15, 2009.


This November trip will be AFSI’s 15th mission built around celebrating Parshat Chaye Sarah in Hebron.


In addition to being in Hebron on Nov. 13, 14, we will visit the threatened communities of Judea, Samaria, and eastern Jerusalem. We also visit the displaced and dispersed Jews from Gush Katif who are still not in permanent homes, after four years since the expulsion.


Airfare for the mission is the responsibility of the participant. We recommend arranging to leave from JFK or Newark airport on the 2:30 PM Sunday, Nov. 8 El Al flight which should arrive at Ben Gurion, Israel at approximately 7 AM in the morning on Monday, Nov. 9. At that point we board our bus, meet our guide, and begin our memorable experiences. The trip officially ends Sunday night, Nov. 15, when those departing are taken to the airport for the late night flights, or, for those who have different travel arrangements, the bus takes us back to Jerusalem.


The cost of the 7 days of touring, and six nights in hotels, including all breakfasts, some lunches, and most dinners, is $1500.


Deposits of $500 are due by Sept. 18. The balance is due Oct. 16.


A detailed itinerary will be released shortly. Please give this invitation your serious consideration. Space is limited and reservations have already been made. We know, based on our years of experience, that you can be guaranteed an extraordinary, up close look at what is truly happening in Israel today. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the real Israel.


Please consult the AFSI website: http://www.afsi.org/ , for a report and photos of previous AFSI missions.

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