Contributor Archives: Gil Browdy

About Gil Browdy

Gil Browdy was the National Director of Habonim Dror North America for two years starting in August 2006. through He grew up in Kensington, MD and is a long-time member of Habonim Dror. Gil lived in Israel in 2000/2001, primarily in the lower Galilee area, on Habonim Dror’s Workshop program. Gil has also been the educational coordinator and camp director for different Habonim Dror summer camps across North America. He graduated with a B.A. in Linguistics from McGill University. Gil considers himself to be a life-long educator and activist for peace and equality. At the end of his term as National Director he moved to Israel and remains active in Zionist youth activities there.

A Response to Jonathan Tobin

By Gil Browdy This article raises interesting questions, but not the questions the author himself poses, but rather questions related to the nature of the author’s critique. The first question to be asked is: Is it acceptable for a columnist in a respected internationally distributed newspaper to write a report riddled with outright falsehoods? The most blatant piece of misinformation that is referenced more than once in this article is the idea that the ICC in some way paid for or sponsored …

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