The Middle East is a place of legends. Today, just like a thousand years ago, it is a place of rivaling kingdoms, cunning plots and benevolent rulers.
Like a good Persian carpet, the Middle East is all about the small details that are so hard to see from a distance. In the center of it all we find Israel, the home of the Jewish people. Come be a part of a lecture and discussion about the Middle East, about the great game of countries and faiths, about Israel and the region, and many of the things you will not hear in the prime-time news.
Light refreshments and beverages will be served.
About the lecturer:
Boris Dolin – Specializing in military strategy, national security management and international relations, Boris has spent recent years working with Israeli and international groups, educating hundreds on the story of Israel and the Jewish people. Among others, he is working with the Birthright project and leads seminars in Poland, following the life and destruction of European Jewry. These days Boris is pursuing his long-delayed Ph.D., researching the Soviet intervention in the Israeli-Egyptian conflict of 1973. Boris is the Co-Founder of Telem( ) and the editor of CafeDamascus ( ) blog.
Spaces are limited. This event will likely be sold out. Advanced registration is highly recommended!
When: Thursday, December 1st 7:00pm
Where: UJA, 130 East 59th Street, Room 712
Cost: $10/advance, $15/door (if available)

Questions? Please contact Misha: (917) 623-9567
You have to register through the webpage or through the Paypal link

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