Brown Bag Lunch Series: How Israel Became Its Own Worst Enemy, and the Hope for Its Future: A Former Shin Bet Director's Reflections

AJC, The American Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists, and the JCRC of Greater Washington invite you to the next session in our brown bag lunch speakers' series: How Israel Became Its Own Worst Enemy, and the Hope for Its Future: A Former Shin Bet Director's Reflections

Featuring: Ami Ayalon, Admiral (Ret.) IDF, author of the memoir, FRIENDLY FIRE

For information about future lunch discussions, please contact Cheryl Crandell or 202-728-3039.

Date & Time

Thursday, October 15, 20201 - 2:15 PM

Location

Online


Speaker

Ami Ayalon

Ami Ayalon

Ami Ayalon is a former Flotilla 13 (Israel's navy SEALs) commando, commander of the navy, director of the Shin Bet security agency, cabinet minister, Knesset member and a recipient of the Medal of Valor, Israel's highest military decoration. With Sari Nusseibeh, he established the People's Voice peace initiative. He is a member of Commanders for Israel's Security, chairman of the Executive Committee of the Haifa Research Center for Maritime & Strategy and chairman of AKIM Israel (the National Association for children and adults with Intellectual Disabilities). He organized and was featured in the Academy Award-nominated documentary, The Gatekeepers. To purchase his just-published memoir, FRIENDLY FIRE. How Israel Became Its Own Worst Enemy and the Hope for Its Future, click here.


Co-Sponsors

American Jewish Committe Washington, D.C.
The American Association of Jewish Lawyers & Jurists
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