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The Los Angeles World Affairs Council presents “Rethinking Israel-Palestine,” a conversation about what a binational Israeli state might look like.
Yossi Alpher, Israeli security expert and former adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak. Alpher served in the Israel Defense Forces as an intelligence officer, followed by 12 years of service in the Israeli National Intelligence Agency (Mossad). In his new book, “No End of Conflict: Rethinking Israel-Palestine,” Alpher argues that many western views on the region are “delusional” and a sober reassessment of the stalemate in Israeli-Palestinian relationship is long overdue.
As political positions harden among Israelis and Palestinians, and fears grow that the chances for a two-state solution may be ebbing away, the question of what the future holds for Israel-Palestine absent a peace settlement has become urgent.
Thursday, June 23, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.
The Intercontinental Hotel, 2151 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles
Available at www.LAWAC.org; $85/member, $110/non-member, includes dinner.
A limited number of media spots are available; all media must be credentialed in advance. Q&A session at event is for attendees, not press. Speaker will be available following event to talk with media on advance request.
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