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March
8

March 8

Itai Anghel

Night 2

Jihad: What it Means for Israel and America

With the victory of the Taliban in Afghanistan and the growing reach of ISIS, Jihadis have established an increasingly firm foothold in the Middle East and beyond. What is Jihad? And how did it become such a powerful force? Having spent time with both US and anti-US forces in Iraq and interviewed Jihadis in Iraq, Syria and Gaza, Itai will open a window into the Jihadist mindset toward the United States and  Israel. 

Tuesday, March 8 | 
6:30 pm Eastern
Free
Free

In-Person & Virtual Event

 

If Covid-19 restrictions prevent large gatherings, this program will become virtual-only.

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Tuesday, March 8 | 
6:30 pm
Free
Free

With the victory of the Taliban in Afghanistan and the growing reach of ISIS, Jihadis have established an increasingly firm foothold in the Middle East and beyond. What is Jihad? And how did it become such a powerful force? Having spent time with both US and anti-US forces in Iraq and interviewed Jihadis in Iraq, Syria and Gaza, Itai will open a window into the Jihadist mindset toward the United States and  Israel. 

In-Person & Virtual Event

 

If Covid-19 restrictions prevent large gatherings, this program will become virtual-only.

Itai Anghel: 

A 3-Night Series

A 3-night series with Itai Anghel, the youngest-ever recipient of the Sokolov Prize, Israel’s Pulitzer Prize.

Itai Anghel is a reporter’s reporter who refuses to play it safe in his quest to understand the world he brings to his viewers on the program Uvda, the Israeli equivalent of 60 Minutes. 

Since the world he wants his viewers to comprehend includes many of the most dangerous places on earth, he’s spent 30 years hopping from hot spot to hot spot, from Afghanistan to Rwanda, Gaza, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and the Islamic State (where he was the only Israeli journalist to report from inside). An intrepid journalist who dares to venture to places  where the line between good guys and bad guys — even between victims and war criminals — isn’t easily drawn, he works from the belief that talking to all sides of a conflict is a necessity, not a strategy.

Itai joins us for three stand-alone discussions to speak about — and present exclusive video footage of — Kurdish women guerrillas in Syria looking out for Israel; an Egyptian who dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; the people who have vowed to burn all those hopes . . . and what we should know about the current situation in the Middle East. 

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