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Jerusalem event "Palestinians and Israelis at a Dangerous Crossroads"
Palestine-Israel Journal event `Palestinians and Israelis at a Dangerous
Crossroads` today (Tuesday) in Jerusalem

PIJ Event on `Palestinians and Israelis at a Dangerous Crossroads`, today
(Tue.) June 18th, 5-7 p.m. at Jerusalem YMCA at 26 King David Street.

Dear friends,

The public launching of the new issue of the Palestine-Israel Journal will
take place today at the Jerusalem International YMCA at 26 King David Street
in West Jerusalem, opposite the King David Hotel.
The program:


Middle East Publications and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung cordially invite
you to a public event in honor of our new issue devoted to:

Palestinians and Israelis at a Dangerous Crossroads

Tuesday, June 18, 2019, 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the Jerusalem International YMCA
at 26 King David Street, Jerusalem

Welcoming Remarks

- Mr. Hannes Alpen

Director Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in the Palestinian Territories

Keynote Speakers:

- Dr. Sari Nusseibeh: Philosopher, Author, and Former President of

Al-Quds University

- Mr. Avrum Burg: Philosopher, Author, Former Speaker of the Knesset

- MK Dr. Ahmad Tibi: Arab List for Change, Chair Ta`al-Balad

- MK Tamar Zandberg: Chair of Meretz


- Hillel Schenker - Co-Editor PIJ

Registration and Refreshments- 4:45 - 5:00 p.m.

The floor will be open for questions & comments from the audience

4 Al-Hariri St., East Jerusalem, POBox 19839

Tel: 972-(2)-6282115/59 Fax: 972 (2) 6273-388 Email:

Hillel Schenker


Palestine-Israel Journal

POBox 19839, Jerusalem



Skype: hillel.schenker

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