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Zoom Presentation: The Jewish Underground Organizations Pre-State with Gadi Ben Dov

The underground organizations formed before the establishment of the State of Israel provided protection for the Jewish towns and villages. The role they played in the history of the pre-state is diverse and filled with challenges, arguments, and politics within the Jewish population on this land. This struggle within the Jewish people actually shaped and influenced Israeli politics in modern times. Join Gadi Ben Dov in exploring the different underground organizations, views of their leaders, and the approach to the Ottomans, British Empire. and the Arab population of what was then, Palestine.

Bio – Gadi Ben Dov

Gadi was born in New York City and moved to Kibbutz Gesher Haziv in the North of Israel at a young age. After completing his high school and Israeli military service, Ben Dov moved to Baltimore, MD to study at the University of Maryland where he received a B.A in Psychology and M.A in Organizational Psychology. He lived in the U.S. for ten years and eventually moved back to Israel in 2005 where he soon became a licensed tour guide in both Israel and Europe. His love of the land, and especially the people of Israel, have given him insights into this country that he shares with every visitor.

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