A night to remember with Rabbi Jonathan Hausman


Rabbi Jonathan Hausman

Following on the heels of the march for persecuted Christians and Jews and the Round Table Discussion held the weekend of April 16, Concerned Citizens of Central Florida will host free speech advocate Rabbi Jonathan Hausman at the Eastmonte Civic Center, 830 Magnolia Drive, Altamonte Springs, on Monday evening, April 18 at 7 p.m.

Hausman, who is graciously staying over after attending the march for persecuted Christians and Jews, hosted by Burning Bush Ministries, will speak on the topic of "Faith and the Constitution-Are they compatible?"

Rabbi "J" is a second generation American and is active in freedom of speech issues. He has lived and worked in Israel and attended The American University in Cairo, Egypt, where he saw first-hand the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood and the destructive activities directed toward the Coptic community and Church. He has written for Christians United For Israel and Christians and Jews United for Israel. In memory of his parents he established the Hausman Memorial Free Speech featuring controversial speakers. He is not afraid to get involved with issues he feels are important, to the point of putting his position as rabbi on the line.

"I would rather be remembered as being on the side of Churchill and not on the side of Chamberlain," he says.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Laurence Morrell, 407-830-4440.


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