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Welcome to Brotherhood
Temple Emanu-El, Dallas, TX

Brotherhood is Temple's men's group sponsoring programs and activities for education, social justice, and community building, as well as providing financial and personal support to Temple, the Jewish community, and general community programs. All men belonging to Temple Emanu-El are welcome and encouraged to join.

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Brotherhood participates in many mitzvah, social, fund raising, educational, and community service activities with special emphasis on the Jewish community. Learn about all of them by watching our latest Presentation.

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Ask for Aid Now
February 1, 2018 - 6:00 AM - As Brotherhood does each year, we ask those who will be requesting financial or manpower aid for the coming year to submit their request now, before March 1. In early March each year Brotherhood has our annual budget meeting where we determine how much we can spend and who we can help. We can only consider those for whom we have aid requests before the meeting. So, download an aid request, fill it out, and submit it to treasurer@tebrotherhood.org as soon as possible.
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Today in Jewish History

1912

Hadassah was founded by Henrietta Szold, the daughter of a Baltimore rabbi. Hadassah's goal has always been to provide health care and related services in the Holy Land. In the last century, it has built two hospitals, a nursing school, a technical college, and numerous Youth Aliyah centers. The facilities welcome people of all faiths, and it is known as a force for peace in the Middle East.

1479

After four years of conflict and intrigue, Queen Isabella of Castile secured her throne. Isabella’s machinations to gain control of the kingdom show her as every bit as other female monarchs as Elizabeth of England or Catherine the Great of Russia. Later in the year, she would marry Ferdinand of Aragon, a move that would lead to the creation of the modern Spanish state. Contrary to popular misconception, she was the abler of the two monarchs. In fact, it was only because Ferdinand was a man in a male-dominated society that saved his reputation. Isabella’s accession to the throne was the first in a series of events that would end with the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492.

Latest News

Community Breakfast: Am I Jewish?
October 31, 2016 - Dr. Richard Wasserman, discussion moderatorAn online, interactive discussion with Israeli leaders about the current situation of who is or is not considered as Jewish in Israel. Dr. Richard Wasserman moderated.
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Community Breakfast on Political Honesty
February 21, 2016 -
Over 150 attendees were on hand to listen to and participate in a discussion on, "Does Honesty and Accuracy Still Matter in Politics." An extremely knowledgeable panel make this a great learning event.
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Helping with Leah's Kitchen Dinner
November 20, 2015 - Scott SaldingerAs in past years, Brotherhood helped with the Leah's Kitchen Annual Thanksgiving Dinner for the residents of Vickery Meadow. We were happy to help feed about 190 people by slicing turkeys, heating the food, and filling and refilling the serving line.

President's Vision for 2011-2012

By: Jeff Light, July 11, 2011
Jeff Light
Jeff Light
It is through understanding our member's needs can we provide value!
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