Julia Fisher talks to Nat Silverman. We met at a coffee shop in Tel Aviv on a rather noisy street, as you will hear! Israeli society today is salad bowl of people who have come to live there from the four corners of the world. Jews from Russia, Tunisia and Morocco, Europe, South America, Ethiopia, India to name but a few. Nat came from the United States and today he is working for a congregation called Adonai Roi in down town Tel Aviv – a busy, mainly secular city. Nat was in his late teens when his parents announced they were moving to Israel. What was he going to do? He faced a dilemma, as he now describes.
Our aim is to build bridges… To build bridges of understanding and support, in a spirit of reconciliation, between believers (both Jewish and Arab) in the Holy Land (Israel and the Palestinian Areas) and Christians worldwide.