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Goldie Warhaftig

Golda Warhaftig was born in England and made aliya in 1968 after spending a year at machon Gold and volunteering in Jerusalem during the Six-Day War. She earned a B.Ed. at Michlala Yerushalayim in Tanach and Oral Law and completed her M.A. at Touro College. Goldie has been teaching for over 25 years at Michlelet Emunah and is currently a guest lecturer in various ulpanot and midrashot throughout Israel. She lives with her family in Ma'ale Adumim

The Six-Day War: A Personal Account

May 6, 2019, by

Goldie Warhaftig first came to Israel in 1966 to learn for a year in Machon Gold. She recalls what she experienced as a newcomer to Israel during the Six-Day War just months after her arrival. Recorded at OU Israel’s L’Ayla Rosh Chodesh Iyyar 5779 Women’s Event sponsored in memory of Mrs Linda Pruwer-Brachfeld, מרת חיה