The Board of Rabbis of Southern Nevada Presents the Third Dialogue in a Series:
Voicing our Values and the
Journey to Middle East Peace
A timely conversation to debrief the
2016 elections and look ahead!
What will a Trump Presidency mean for US - Israel relations and progress towards two-states?
How can we protect and advance our core Jewish and democratic values in the US and Israel?
How do we give voice to our Jewish values in American politics?
Coming from across the political spectrum, our guests will offer their unique perspectives on how we can secure Israel as both Jewish and democratic and what the best path forward is to a negotiated resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Most importantly, they will answer any and all of YOUR questions about where Israel is headed and how the United States and the Jewish Community in America can support her secure and peaceful future under the next President.
Kosher treats will be offered after the main dialogue.
Kindly RSVP in advance.
MORE ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKERS:
J STREET, SPECIAL ADVISOR TO THE PRESIDENT
Alan Elsner had a 30-year career with Reuters News Agency, including stints in Jerusalem, London, Stockholm and Washington where he covered foreign policy and presidential elections. As State Department and later White House correspondent for Reuters News Agency, Elsner traveled the world before joining J Street as VP for Communications and now Special Advisor to the President.
PRESIDENT OF TRIBE MEDIA/JEWISH JOURNAL
Columnist, Branding Expert and Israel Advocate
David Suissa founded and ran one of the top advertising agencies in the country, Suissa/Miller, before selling it in 2006 to devote himself full-time to his first love, the Jewish world and Israel. His popular weekly column in the Jewish Journal is read globally and has won first prize in editorial excellence from the American Jewish Press Association and the Los Angeles Press Club. Author Yossi Klein Halevi has called Suissa's writing "Unpredictable and non-ideological, capable of constantly surprising the reader." In a foreword to a collection of Suissa's columns, Rabbi David Wolpe described Suissa's writing as "clear, clever, forceful advocacy" that "exudes a loving passion.
With Radio Host, Columnist and Political Commentator:
JOHN L. SMITH OF KNPR MODERATING