Thursday, March 30, 7:30pm EDT
Congregation Beth Tefillah, 5065 High Point Road, Atlanta, Ga
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Center for Israel Education
Chabad Israeli Center
Congregation Beth Tefilah
The Torah Center ATL
As Israel turns 75 this spring, it is in the throes of a dynamic controversy over governance. Where might this ‘crisis’ or potential ‘political earthquake’ fit into Zionism’s history, and Israel’s tomorrows still to come?
Dr. Kenneth Stein, Emory Emeritus Professor of Middle Eastern History, Political Science and Israel Studies and President of the Center for Israel Education (CIE)
For more than four decades, Ken Stein taught Middle Eastern History, Political Science and Israel Studies at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Stein is the author of six books and dozens of scholarly articles. He was recognized for his intellectual integrity in speaking out against the falsehoods in former President Jimmy Carter’s 2006 book Palestine Peace Not Apartheid. For decades, Stein’s undergraduate class, “History, Politics, and Diplomacy of the Arab-Israeli Conflict” was one of the most popular classes at Emory. He has earned highest recognition for excellence in teaching and life-long mentoring of students. CIE has enriched Israel expertise with more than 8,000 Jewish teens, 3500 Jewish teachers and some 400,000 students across the world. Each week more than 30,000 viewers use the CIE’s website.