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Algemeiner ‘JEWISH 100″² Gala: Album 2 – Program, Speakers and Awards (PHOTOS)

May 3, 2013 4:02 pm 3 comments

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Welcome to The Algemeiner 'JEWISH 100' Gala. Photo: Chana Blumes.

The room layout. Photo: Sarah Rogers.

Master of Ceremonies Heather Nauert of Fox News. Photo: Sarah Rogers.

Tony Orlando sang the National Anthem. Photo: Sarah Rogers.

Cantor Benny Rogosnitsky. Photo: Sarah Rogers.

Ambassador Ron Prosor. Photo: Sarah Rogers.

Ambassador Prosor delivered words of welcome. Photo: Sarah Rogers.

Algemeiner publisher Simon Jacobson. Photo: Sarah Rogers.

Simon Jacobson and Harvey Weinstein. Photo: Sarah Rogers.

Harvey Weinstein. Photo: Sarah Rogers.

Harvey Weinstein. Photo: Sarah Rogers.

The Algemeiner logo. Photo: Chana Blumes.

The dinner journal. Photo: Chana Blumes.

Heather Nauert. Photo: Chana Blumes.

Tony Orlando. Photo: Chana Blumes.

The Algemeiner 'Warrior for Truth' Award. Photo: Chana Blumes.

Simon Jacobson and Harvey Weinstein. Photo: Chana Blumes.

Presenting the Algemeiner 'Warrior for Truth Award' to Elie Wiesel. Photo: Chana Blumes.

Algemeiner Editor Dovid Efune. Photo: Chana Blumes.

Dr. Elie Wiesel speaks. Photo: Chana Blumes.

Israeli soldier Izzy Ezagui. Photo: Chana Blumes.

From left: Simon Jacobson, Dovid Efune and Algemeiner honorees Sharon and Neil Book. Photo: Chana Blumes.

From left: Simon Jacobson, Dovid Efune, event chair Bob Book, Sharon Book, Neil Book and Amy Book. Photo: Chana Blumes.

From left: Bob Book, Sharon Book, Neil Book and Amy Book. Photo: Chana Blumes.

Algemeiner gala honorees Neil and Sharon Book. Photo: Chana Blumes.

Algemeiner honorees Neil and Sharon Book. Photo: Chana Blumes.

Consul General Ido Aharoni. Photo: Chana Blumes.

Consul General Ido Aharoni. Photo: Chana Blumes.

Algemeiner Editor Dovid Efune: Photo: Chana Blumes.

Israeli soldier Izzy Ezagui. Photo: Chana Blumes.

3 Comments

  • Herman Gershon

    WISH I COULD HAVE BEEN THERE. IS THERE A SOUVENIR BOOKLET TO BE OBTAINED? I WOULD VERY MUCH LIKE TO OBTAIN ONE IF THAT IS AT ALL POSSIBLE. THANK YOU.

  • HERB SILVER

    you are a disgrace to the jewish people and ISREAL for having WEINSTEIN AND WEASEL who are OBAMA MUSLIM LOVERS.

  • Luigi Rosolin

    Fantastic, I pray that the Algemeiner will keep the Jewish inform and defend the blessed choice Jews nation.
    Congratulation for the 100 years celebration gala.
    My and your God will keep bless till is return deliverance.

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