July 24, 2011 / 22 Tammuz 5771
The program, which focuses on the crisis of Jewish identity today, features Mr. Sharansky's personal journey to Jewish Identity
New York, July 21, 2011 - Jewish Agency Chairman of the Executive, Natan Sharansky, will be featured in a program dealing with the crisis of Jewish identity, on the Shalom TV, Jewish Television Cable Network. The program will describe Mr. Sharansky's personal journey to Jewish identity and will be available until Saturday night, August 13, free on demand on all major cable networks.
Mr. Sharansky's discussion of his personal journey is taken from a presentation given in May 2011 at the United Jewish Communities of MetroWest of New Jersey.
To learn where to view the program, viewers should visit http://www.shalomtv.com/ and click on "Find Us" on the menu bar to find out the channel numbers on their cable system. The program on television can be found in the category, News and Israel.
About Shalom TV
Shalom TV is a mainstream Free Video on Demand network available in more than 40 million homes throughout the United States and Canada, including 1.7 million Jewish homes. The network is a presentation of the non-profit organization, Jewish Education in Media and is watched by the Jewish and non-Jewish community on virtually all the important cable systems.
About the Jewish Agency
Established in 1929, the Jewish Agency was instrumental in the founding of the State of Israel and now works to ensure the future of a connected, committed, global Jewish People with a strong Israel at its center. The Jewish Agency addresses the most pressing issues in Jewish life by working to Inspire Jews throughout the world to Connect with their people, heritage and land, and Empower them to build a thriving Jewish future and strong Israel. The Jewish Agency pursues this goal by bringing young Jews to Israel for life-changing experiences and involving them in social activism in Israel and abroad. More information can be obtained at www.jafi.org <http://www.jafi.org/> .
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