Must the Children of Abraham Be Enemies? Nov. 4, 2015, San Francisco, CA: As the conflict in the Middle East continues to move from political to religious, Judaism and Islam increasingly see each other as ideological enemies. Donniel Hartman and Abdullah Antepli explore whether North American Jews and Muslims can engage in a conversation of mutual respect
The Video and Commentary Series Call & Responsa engages leading North American rabbis in a public and interactive exchange with the iEngage Project video lecture series, "The Tribes of Israel: A Shared Homeland for a Divided People."
Each edition of Call & Responsa features a segment of video footage from the series - and occasionally, previously unaired interviews - that will set out the iEngage Project's view of the challenges created by Jewish and Israeli tribalism.
Paired with the video will be original commentary by leading rabbis on the issues raised. In keeping with the Hartman Institute's devotion to vigorous debate, we expect frequent disagreement or critique of the "Tribes" video.
The final part of the discussion is up to you - our friends, program participants, and extended community. We invite you to add your comments to the conversation. We intend to publish the most interesting responses by our audience in future editions. Please let us know what you think about Call & Responsa in general, and also send us your in-depth commentaries.
The year in Jewish holidays, from Rosh Hashana through Shavuot, as explained and interpreted by Shalom Hartman Institute scholars, including the late Rabbi Prof. David Hartman, Rabbi Dr. Donniel Hartman, and many others. This playlist follows the Jewish year, beginning with commentaries on Rosh Hashana and continues through the holidays of the year: Yom Kippur, Hanukkah, Pesach, Holocaust Memorial Day, Veterans Day for fallen Israeli soldiers, Israeli Independence Day, and Shavuot.