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Israeli consulate aide will speak at Temple Beth Emet

Irma Lemus

MAGNOLIA PARK -- Paul Berrin, a political aide to the consul general

of the Consulate of Israel in Los Angeles, will speak at Burbank Temple

Beth Emet.


The event is Dec. 26 at 10:30 a.m. at a meeting of Temple Beth Emet

Men’s Club. Berrin’s topic will be “Israel’s Strategic Concern and

Israel’s Concern over the Peace Process.”

“The temple members are very curious to see how the peace talks in the


Middle East are going, especially because of the holidays,” said Rabbi

Mark Sobel.

The last time a consulate representative spoke at the temple, about

two years ago, about 100 people attended, Sobel said.

“The speaker will provide information that we don’t normally read in

newspapers. We expect a good number of people to attend,” said Morris

Gold, publicity director for the temple.

Prior to the program, a breakfast will be served by the Men’s Club at


9:15 a.m. The cost is $3.

The meeting is free and open to the public. Burbank’s Temple Beth Emet

is at 600 N. Buena Vista St. For more information, contact 843-4787.