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Brit Tzedek v'Shalom
Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace
Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts
SPONSORED BY MARTHA’S VINEYARD BRIT TZEDEK V’SHALOM
February 27, 2006
After Mr. Delahunt’s remarks, the audience will be invited to address questions or comments to him and to the panelists.
Notes on meeting with Rep. William Delahunt, September 6, 2005 [click here]
The Arab-Israeli Situation in Flux: A Palestinian and Israeli Dialogue
Since Yassir Arafat’s death, the possibility of a settlement between the Israelis and the Palestinians has improved. The election of Mahmoud Abbas as president of the Palestinian Authority has already changed the situation. The formation of a new coalition government in Israel with the Likud and Labor parties is another important shift. How these changes will play out, especially in view of the latest terrorist attacks and the Israeli response, is unclear.
Come to the Hebrew Center on February 6 at 3:00 pm to hear and discuss with two talented and experienced people who are close to the situation. For more information, send an email.
NIMROD SHEFFER, who grew up in Kibbutz Alonim, is a Colonel in the Israel Air Force. He has served as a fighter pilot and an officer since 1979. Previously he was Head of the Operations Department at the IAF headquarters and commanded two different F-16 fighter squadrons. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in geophysics. He lectures at the IAF Flight Academy on battlefield morality and "being an officer" and at the IAF Command and Staff College on leadership and crisis management. Sheffer is currently a Wexner Israel fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.
KHADER ABUSWAY is a Palestinian from Jerusalem who was Director of the Jerusalem Media and Communications Center, a Palestinian non-governmental organization that conducts public opinion polls in the West Bank and Gaza and provides media services to the international media. He worked as Communication advisor to the newly elected Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas (a.k.a., Abu Mazen). He worked for years with Reuters Print News and Newsweek. Abusway is currently in the Master of Public Policy program at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.