U.S.-Israel Relationship from
Truman to Obama—and What’s
Next for the Middle East
Live via Satellite from the 92nd Street Y in NYC
Sunday, Oct. 18, 7:15 pm,
Congregation Beth El
They’re from opposite sides of the aisle, but equally expert when it comes to setting the record straight on Israel.
Dennis Ross, who has been a direct participant in shaping U.S. policy towards Israel and the Middle East for nearly 30 years—in President George H. W. Bush’s administration, as President Bill Clinton’s Middle East Peace envoy, and then as a special assistant to the president under Barack Obama. His new book is Doomed to Succeed.
Alan Dershowitz has been a consultant to several presidential commissions and has advised presidents, U.N. officials, prime ministers, governors, senators and members of Congress. His latest book is The Case Against The Iran Deal: How Can We Now Stop Iran from Getting Nukes?
Ethan Bronner, senior editor for international news at Bloomberg, will be the moderator.
This event is offered to the community by the Milton “Mickey” Kramer Scholarin- Residence Fund of Beth El, and in partnership with the Community Relations Council of the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater and through a grant from the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater.
To attend and participate in the conversation, RSVP to the Beth El office at 757-625-7821 or to email@example.com. The cost to attend is $5. Dessert and beverages will be served at the welcome at 7:15 pm. The broadcast begins at 7:30 pm.