Symposium: Israel’s Test
Jamie Glazov – Mar 02, 2007
What are the dire threats Israel now faces? Will it be able to equip itself to face them? To explore these questions with us today, Frontpage Symposium has assembled a distinguished panel. Our guests are:
Rael Jean Isaac, the editor of Outpost, the newsletter of Americans for a Safe Israel. She is the author of two books about Israeli politics: Israel Divided: Ideological Politics in the Jewish State and Parties and Politics of Israel.
Caroline Glick, the deputy managing editor of the Jerusalem Post and a senior columnist at the Jerusalem Post and at Makor Rishon Hebrew newspaper. She also serves as the senior fellow for Middle East Affairs at the Center for Security Policy in Washington, DC.
David Keyes, assisted a former Israeli ambassador to the UN, specialized on terrorism at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and has written for the Jerusalem Post. He co-authored papers with the former UN ambassador and a former head of Israeli Military Intelligence Assessment. His most recent study about al-Qaeda in Gaza was published by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
Kenneth Levin, a clinical instructor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, a Princeton-trained historian, and a commentator on Israeli politics. He is the author of The Oslo Syndrome: Delusions of a People Under Siege.
And P. David Hornik, a freelance writer and translator living in Tel Aviv.