One fateful week in June 1967 redrew the map of the Middle East.

Fifty years later, Israel continues to face numerous existential threats.

Experience an inspiring and thrilling account of what was then considered the most improbable and astonishing victory in all of military history.

Drawing on ideas of great Jewish writers and thinkers from throughout the ages, Survival of a Nation presents the Six-Day War as you’ve never experienced it before.

Its six sessions confront the impossible yet important questions of our time with affectionate and fervent patriotism, while also remaining realistic, and morally anchored.

This spellbinding course will sweep you up in its narrative force and abiding love for our nation’s history and the best of its traditions, and will not let go of you until it’s done.


 Join us on a day/time of your convenience! 


Select the time/location below that suits you or let us know where/when you would like us to offer this course and we will try to make a plan that suits you:

 Wednesday Mornings
Chabad House
27 Aintree Ave, Savoy Estate 
10 May through 28 June


 Wednesday Evenings  
Kirsh Goodness & Kindness
Centre - Sandton Central Shul
8 Stella Street, Sandton
10 May through 28 June 

 Thursday Evenings
Chabad House
27 Aintree Ave, Savoy Estate
11 May through 29 June 


R499  full or course or
R99 per lesson
15% Couples discount!
Join the first class free (with no obligation to continue)

For more information:
Call: 011.440.6600
Email: [email protected]



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Presented by Rabbi Ari Kievman
Director of Chabad Seniors Programmes and Chabad's Goodness & Kindness Centre


If Judaism is a religion of ideas, why do Jews care so much about land?


Why does Israel perpetually raise the ire of the entire world?


What are the ethics of preemptive strikes and collateral damage?


How should Israel protect itself against an enemy that hides behind human shields?



What should Israel do with territories captured during the Six-Day War?


What lies at the heart of the land-for-peace debate?