The BeerBazar and the Jerusalem Wine Salon invites you to celebrate the
Anniversary of Herzl’s The Jewish State
On February 14,1896 a book came out that changed the course of Judaism
Join us on February 14, 2022, for a discussion with Gol Kalev, author of Judaism 3.0 – Judaism’s transformation to Zionism, a Herzl researcher and founder of the Jerusalem Wine Salon.
Wine Tasting – Amos Winery
On this Valentine’s day/Purim Katan, express your love to Herzl, Israel and Jerusalem, through Israeli wine!
BeerBazar – Rashut Hashidur
Monday, Feb-14, 19:00
161 Jaffa Street, Jerusalem, The Jewish State
About Judaism 3.0: In this landmark book, Gol Kalev demonstrates how Zionism has turned into the organizing principle of Judaism. It has become the primary conduit through which both Jews and non-Jews relate to Judaism – in both the positive and negative. Kalev shows how Herzl’s vision is becoming a reality in the 2020s More
Judaism 3.0 will be available for purchase at the event
Gol Kalev does not just know Theodor Herzl – he lives and breathes Theodor Herzl…This book should trigger the conversation the Jewish community needs about Israel, Zionism, Judaism and Identity. Bravo!
Professor Gil Troy, author -The Zionist Ideas
“Kalev picks up where Herzl left off……A must read for people of all religious and political backgrounds who want to get a deeper understanding of the state of Zionism and Judaism today.”
Fleur Hassan-Nahoum, Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem
“This book should play an important role in the discussions about the future of world Jewry and its relations with Israel.”
Natan Sharansky, former Chairman of The Jewish Agency, former Deputy Prime Minister of Israel
ייA remarkable ideas book that is about much more than the state of Judaism….One of the most important books about Judaism, Zionism and global trends of our times.”
Catherine Carlton, former Mayor of Menlo Park, Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur
“A courageous, compelling, and thoughtful thesis that must be part of any serious discussion of the future of Israel and the Jewish people.”
Michael Oren, historian, former Ambassador of Israel to the United States