Catch Tuvia Tenenbom at UIA Events  

October 26, 2017 by Community newsdesk
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United Israel Appeal will host Tuvia Tenenbom, best- selling author of ‘Catch the Jew’ at events in Sydney, Perth and Brisbane in November.

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Tenenbom will be the guest speaker at UIA NSW’s 2018 Campaign Launch in the Eastern Suburbs on 13 November and North Shore on 15 November.

He will also present at a UIA Western Australia Major Donor function in Perth on 12 November, along with various other events, and a UIA Queensland event in Brisbane on 23 November.

As well as a best-selling author of numerous books, Tenenbom is a theatre director, playwright, journalist, essayist and founder of the Jewish Theatre of New York. Born in Israel and now living in New York, he was voted in the top 100 people positively influencing Jewish life by The Algemeiner in 2015.

The Wall Street Journal hailed Catch the Jew as ‘a book that offers one of the more interesting portrayals of Palestinian politics,’ with the title scoring over 300 5-star reviews on Amazon. Tenenbom is also a Spiegel and Haaretz best-selling author.

Tenenbom is a man with many disarming identities. He uses humour to highlight pretentions and hypocrisy, and documents hatred of Jewish people in a humorous way.

He is passionate about people and travelling; has compassion for the underdog and knows no fear when it comes to exposing corruption and prejudice among both the powerful and downtrodden.

For more information on these events contact:

UIA WA: (08) 9275 1186, info@uiawa.org.au

UIA NSW: (02) 9361 4273, info@uiansw.org.au

UIA QLD: (07) 3229 4462, admin@uiaqld.org.au

Comments

3 Responses to “Catch Tuvia Tenenbom at UIA Events  ”
  1. michael Burd says:

    Correction

    That date should read Tuesday 7 th November [ not 31 st October]

  2. Michael Burd says:

    Don’t worry Robert Tuva Tenenbom has agreed to be our special guest to have a frank chat with me on Nothing Left Tuesday 31 st October at 9 am .

    He is fantastic and good- on UIA for bringing him to Australia:

  3. Robert Weil says:

    Why not in Melbourne too?

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