Temple Beth El Speaker’s Program 5778 (2017-2018)

Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017 Israeli insider looks at the US-Israeli relationship in the

Netanyahu-Trump Era: It’s impact on future of Middle East and the wider world.Speaker: Gil Hoffman, Chief Political Correspondent & Analyst, Jerusalem Post. Well connected to Israeli and Palestinian Leaders and interviewed every major figure across the Israeli political spectrum.

Friday, December 22, 2017 “ The Media Hearts and Minds: Can we Turn the Hearts and Minds In Our Favor?” Speaker: Shahar Azani, Executive    Director for “Stand with US” NE Region, Formerly Spokesman Israeli London  Embassy & Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem.

Friday, January 5, 2018  “An Evening on Alexander Hamilton and His  Jewish Roots.”Speaker: Dr. Robert Watson, a noted historian, media  commentator,   political analyst for NBC Florida, author of over 37 books and 2 encyclopedia sets.

Friday, January 26, 2018 “ Islam, Terrorism and The Peace Process” Speaker: Dr. Mitchell Bard, Executive Director, American Israeli Enterprise. He is a    leading   authority on US and Middle East Policy. He has written and edited 18 books

Friday,  February 7, 2018  Speaker: Lara Romano Awaiting Title and Bio

Friday, February 23, 2018   Awaiting  response to our speak invitation

March 9, 2018  Growing up Jewish in Iran as A Teen TV Star. And     Jewish Life There Now and Earlier Times” Speaker: Farid  Dardashti  Besides his talk, Dardashti, a famous cantor, concert artist and opera performer will conduct with Cantor Brody the weekend Sabbath services. It will include Persian    melodies and dinner will include a Persian dish.

March 23, 2018  “The United Nations and the State of Israel” Speaker: Joshua       Muravchik, specialist on US foreign Policy is a Distinguished Fellow at The World Affairs Institute. He authored, “Making David into Goliath: How the World Turned Against Israel”

 

WHENEVER A FRIDAY NIGHT SPEAKER, IT WILL BE PRECEDED BY DINNER, 6:00pm TO 7:30pm. SHABBAT SERVICES, 7:30 TO 8:30. FOLLOWED BY  REFRESHMENTS  AT ONEG.