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To Understand Israel: You Must Understand the Neighborhood

Multi-session Event. Registration in the first event will enroll you in all six sessions.


December 17, 2020 @ 12:00 pm 1:00 pm

United States + Google Map

Thursdays – October 22, 29; November 5, 19; December 3, 17, January 7 | 12:00 p.m. EST
Tour Guide/Educator: Avi Melamed


Session 1: Build Your Own GPS to Navigate the Middle East in the 21st Century

This two-part briefing begins “at the beginning “and takes us on a fascinating journey right up to today.  This session provides the knowledge to “understand the news better “and the tools to predict where events may lead!


Session 2: Israel’s Northern Front – The Shi’ite Crescent

Learn the most significant military threat that Israel is facing and what must be done to ensure the Corridor and the Crescent do not materialize.


Session 3: The Lebanese Border InteliTour & Personal-EncounTours

Site visits to the Lebanese border.


Session 4: The Gaza Border: A Geostrategic Analysis

Site visits to the Gaza border.


Session 5: Gaza Envelope InteliTour

In this session, we will explore the Gaza Strip and delve into events in Egypt, Lebanon, Iran, Saudi Arabia, the Sinai and Yemen.


Session 6: The Re-Constructed Middle East & Israel’s Geopolitical Landscape

This briefing explores the current landscape and what lies ahead for Israel and the region.

Zoom link will be provided in your confirmation email.

Questions? Contact Jeffrey Blavatt at jblavatt@associated.org or 410-369-9208.

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