Glick in person

Caroline Glick: Israel and the Global Jihad Podcast

Caroline Glick, deputy managing editor of the Jerusalem Post, discussed Israel’s future and its unique role in combating global terrorism in front of a sold-out audience on Monday night at the 92nd Street Y. During the Iraq War, Glick was embedded with the U.S. infantry unit that was the first to reach Baghdad. An American, she moved to Israel immediately after graduating from Columbia University and held a key government position during the Oslo negotiations under former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. You can listen to the full hour-plus program by clicking above.

October 14, 2007 | 1 Comment »

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  1. Boker tov Ted,

    This is all well and good…

    for practice and entertainment at the 92nd Street Y.

    My point is that opinion molding does not occur at the 92nd Street Y – or other Manhattan venues – or in New York State.

    Caroline Glick has skills and experience. The need is to address audiences needing to be reached. These audiences will not be found in New York City.

    Is there a national Jewish speakers’ department serving as a clearing house for targeting audiences (like every group at Capitol Hill and Farragut Square,Washington,D.C. maintains ?

    Kol tuv,

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