Past Events

Capitol Hill Webinar – The US Peace Plan: A Moment of Truth for Israelis, Palestinians, the Middle East and the West

June 10, 2020

Featuring Brigadier-General (Res.) Yossi Kuperwasser and Dan Diker Brig.-Gen. (Res.) Yossi Kuperwasser is Director of the Project on Regional Middle East Developments at the Jerusalem Center. He was formerly Director General of the Israel Ministry of Strategic Affairs and head of the Research Division of IDF Military Intelligence. Publications by Yossi Kuperwasser: Dan Diker […]

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Special COVID-19 Conference Call – A Discussion of Current Events Featuring Deroy Murdock and David Webb

June 9, 2020

Listen to the conference call recording here:   Topics will include the race riots and race relations in the U.S., the Democrat Party’s movement to the far left, growing anti-Semitism, and the implications of all of this for Israel and the Jewish people Dial-in information for conference call available upon registration. Register below. Deroy Murdock […]

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Capitol Hill Webinar – Legacy of the Six Day War and the Historic Impact of Sovereignty

June 4, 2020

Featuring Rabbi Yishai Fleisher Exactly 53 years ago tonight, the citizens of Israel were bracing for a major attack from their Arab neighbors. In the tense weeks before the Six Day War broke out, the citizens of Israel had felt that they were living on the brink of extinction. Jerusalem had been divided by a […]

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Capitol Hill Webinar – A Memorial for Bernard Lewis and a Requiem for the Discipline of Middle Eastern Studies

May 28, 2020

Featuring Martin Kramer, Harold Rhode, and Buntzie Churchill Bernard Lewis, a distinguished scholar, public intellectual and author of scores of books, articles, lectures and essays, was a true scholar of the Middle East and represented the discipline of Middle East Studies prior to the Edward Saidian revolution, when it was still in its “Golden Age”, […]

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Capitol Hill Webinar – Are the 27 Years of Security Cooperation Between the Palestinian Authority and the IDF about to Come to an End?

May 27, 2020

Featuring Major General (Res.) Eitan Dangot One of the few things that some say  have been working well after the Oslo Accords were signed on September 13, 1993, has been 27 years of security cooperation between the I.D.F.and the Palestinian Authority in the Judea and Samaria. Because Israel is planning to extend sovereignty over these […]

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Middle East Forum Webinar – How to Reform Middle East Studies at American Universities

May 22, 2020

Featuring Sarah Stern How does one confront the anti-Israel teachings and other problems that are entrenched in Middle East studies? Sarah Stern has worked this issue in the halls of Congress and the Department of Education for almost two decades. She will discuss changes for the better and worse in the attempt to ensure that […]

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Edwin Black Show – The Pursuit of Justice for Terrorist Ahlan Tamimi

May 21, 2020

Featuring Sarah Stern, Greg Mashberg, David Horovitz, and Arnold Roth Palestinian terrorist Ahlam Tamimi helped mastermind the infamous August 9, 2001 Sbarro Pizzeria bombing in Jerusalem. Unrepentant, Tamimi has bragged about her role in this act of terror and mass murder. Arnold Roth’s daughter Malki—a US citizen—was among the victims and Mr. Roth has sought […]

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Capitol Hill Webinar – The Moral Clarity of the IDF in Comparison with Other National Armed Forces

May 19, 2020

Featuring Colonel Richard Kemp The democratic state of Israel is under constant attack in many institutions of international jurisdiction, including the United Nations and the International Criminal Court in the Hague. The latest outrage came April 30th, when ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda, recommended that the ICC unilaterally recognize a nation called “Palestine,” as a prelude of examining war […]

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Capitol Hill Webinar – The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt: Two Different Points of Departure Leading to a Similar Conclusion

May 13, 2020

Featuring Hussein Aboubakr and Cynthia Farahat Both Hussein Aboubakr and Cynthia Farahat grew up in Egypt under very different circumstances, but both have arrived to similar places in their personal journeys. They each discuss their personal experiences with the Muslim Brotherhood as well as their ongoing work. They will be able to answer questions as […]

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Special COVID-19 Webinar Moderated by Lauri B. Regan – Part 2

May 12, 2020

The Leftward Movement of Diaspora Jews and Jewish Organizations: What does this mean for Israel, the fight against antisemitism and Jewish life outside of Israel. Event will feature Caroline B. Glick and Melanie Phillips, moderated by Lauri B. Regan

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