The “Settlements”

Israel Action Committee Presents:

The “Settlements”: Israel’s legal right or road-block to peace?

The establishment of Israeli Jewish communities in the recently captured West Bank and Gaza Strip (WBGS) after the 6-Day War and their growth and expansion since then, have been toxic flashpoints for anti-Israel rhetoric.

As part of the ongoing series Myths and Facts about Israel this session will review the history of Israeli Jewish settlement in WBGS, distinguish between the five types of “settlements”, summarize the relevant sources of international law, evaluating the arguments for each side of the three most serious accusations, analyzing the role of the UN in this debate, and drawing reasonable conclusions that seek to offer fact-based and rational answers to the question posed in the title of this presentation.

All Ages Welcome!

Millennials come ask your questions about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Parents bring your teens and help them understand the conflict and become prepared to respond to the anti-Israel propaganda on college campuses.

 Free to attend, but please RSVP 

About the Speaker
David Meir-Levi is an American-born Israeli currently living in Palo Alto. He holds a BA from Johns Hopkins University, and an MA in Near Eastern Studies from Brandeis University. He studied and then taught Archaeology and Near Eastern History at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and at the University of Tel Aviv. He is the author of two books. His books, Big Lies and History Upside Down are available on Amazon.

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