The truth behind Fauda

June 21, 2018 by Community newsdesk
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JNFuture is the gateway for the next generation of active Jewish leadership.

Daniel K

As a division of JNF Australia, JNFuture engages, energises and empowers young leaders aged 18 – 35, who are committed to Zionism, environmentalism, volunteerism, and community development for the Land of Israel.

The goal of JNFuture is to establish a young society of proven, high impact Jewish leaders who are willing to commit their time, leadership, talent and resources to strengthen JNF and Israel, and connect to the land and people of Israel. JNFuture members support and connect to JNF’s mission through special events, educational forms and volunteer opportunities.

The first NSW JNFuture event Thursday 28/6/18 is sold out, with 200 young adults attending an evening with Daniel K. Daniel was a commander in the Duvdevan unit of the IDF. He was involved in the Park Hotel terror attack and Second Intifada.  Our guest speaker presents the insider’s perspective and the truth behind the TV show.

In addition, Daniel also earned a spot on Israel’s “Forbes 30 Under 30” for social entrepreneurship. He is the founder and CEO of Atid Plus, and organisation that promotes science and technology education while focusing on children and youth from lower socio-economic backgrounds. See more information at http://lists.forbes.co.il/2018under30/

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One Response to “The truth behind Fauda”
  1. Lynne Newington says:

    The goal of JNFuture is to establish a young society of proven, high impact Jewish leaders who are willing to commit their time, leadership, talent and resources to strengthen JNF and Israel, and connect to the land and people of Israel…

    It’s a given a wife would be prepared to support their husbands.
    What an asset..

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