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The Radical Left - Endangers the State of Israel and the Jewish People

Ariel Center for Policy Research                              Israel Academia Monitor

The Radical Left - Endangers the State of Israel and the Jewish People

    This topic will be discussed at a Symposiun at the ZOA House, Douglass
Hall, 1 Daniel Frisch St., Tel-Aviv, on Wednesday, the 9th of Shevat, 5768,
(January 16th, 2008) at 6 PM.

Speakers and discussants:

Prof. Shlomo Sharan - chair - Israel's Academia: The Enemy Within

Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld -  Academics Against Israel- A Worldwide Perspective

Prof. Noah Milgram - Denial Mechanisms in a Society under Stress

Prof. Steven Plaut - The Media and Isreal's Academia

Aryeh Stav - The Extreme Left in Israel - from Cognitive Dissonance to Moral Collapse, or Perhaps Vice-Versa

The round-table discussion will be conducted in Hebrew and in English.
Following the short introductory comments and an inter-speaker exchange, the audience will

be invited to ask questions. The audience is limited to 40 people. Persons
interested in attending are requested to reserve seats in advance.

Ariel Center for Policy Research                              Israel Academia Monitor
contact: Itta Horol                                                         contact: Dana Barnett
tel: 03-906-3920  Fax: 03-906-3905                        tel: 054-428-3749


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