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The Independence War via Poetry with Ami Braun

Hosted By: Volunteers for Israel (VFI)

Come experience the events, feelings, and heartbeat of the Jews in Israel during those trying times as expressed in poetry written by the legendary poets Nathan Alterman & Chaim Guri, and to sites related to the topic such as Sho’ut (in the Negev), Sha’ar Hagai, Gush Etzion & the Burma Road. 

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Ami Braun

Ami Braun was born in Chicago and made Aliya when he was five years old. He is a graduate of Bar Ilan University and has been working as a licensed Tour Guide since 2007. Ami has guided a variety of types of groups from around the world, including youth movement and Birthright groups. Over the last decade he has specialized in guiding multi-generation, family, federation, and congregation groups throughout Israel
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Volunteers for Israel (VFI)

Volunteers for Israel (VFI) is the only American organization that creates opportunities for civilian volunteers to serve on Israeli Defence Force bases. VFI partners with Israeli military and civilian organizations that enable volunteers to work side-by-side with Israel's soldiers, providing non-combat support to help maintain the readiness of the IDF to defend Israel. VFI enables the IDF to allocate more of its manpower and finances to military tasks, boosts morale within the IDF, and strengthens personal connections to Israel.
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