A Mizrahi Rosh Hashanah: Food and conversation with Chef Ayelet Latovitch

Let’s start the new year off right by celebrating with our incredible, intersectional LGBTQ Jewish community.

Join us for a cooking demonstration highlighting Mizrahi cooking with Chef Ayelet Latovitch, just in time for Rosh HaShanah.

Moderator: Matthew Nouriel


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Join us for an open conversation about the lives and struggles of Arab and Palestinian LGBTQ folks. We will be joined by Rita Petrenko, Director of Albeit Almuhtalef (The Different House), an NGO dedicated to empowering and assisting Arab LGBTQ people in Israel, and Ala Ibrahim, a gay Druze activist currently living in Tel Aviv.
After Registration, you will receive a link to the film “The Invisible Men,” a documentary about three Palestinian men who are part of the Palestinian “underground” hiding in Tel Aviv, having entered Israel illegally to escape persecution and possible death because of their sexual identity.


Thursday, July 20th, 2:00 pm ET 


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The first comprehensive study of the LGBTQ community among Israeli Arabs found that 83% of LGBTQ Israeli Arabs are in the closet, and 72% say their families don’t support them.

These statistics are somber and devastating.
That is why we are so thrilled to support Beit el-Meem, a new organization dedicated to Arab LGBTQ people.

Beit el-Meem is an open house for all sexualities and genders that fights oppression and abuse against the Arab LGBTQ community. A support line, legal services, psychological and social support, and a social platform are among the services provided by Beit el-Meem. In this inspiring house, everyone feels safe and supported.

Although there is still much work to be done, we are so happy to celebrate this incredible accomplishment. Please join us in wishing MABROUK to the Arab LGBTQ community!