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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-03-07

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ormer Israeli Knesset Speaker
and Jewish Agency Chairman
Avraham Burg will present
the keynote address at the second
annual academic Israel conference,
"Israel: Piecing Together the Puzzle,"
Sunday, March 9, at the Michigan
League on the University of
Michigan campus in Ann Arbor.
-
Billed for the second year as the
only academic conference on Israel
in the United States," the free con-
ference seeks to provide an academic
forum conducive to productive dia-
logue about the Arab-Israeli conflict
and to educate participants about
Israeli politics, culture and society.
The student-organized conference
is being supported by the U-M
Hillel and is sponsored by seven
University departments and schools
and local and national Jewish groups
and foundations. U-M seniors
Samantha Rollinger of West
Bloomfield and David Post of
Okemos are event co-chairs.
Program highlights also include a
panel featuring New York University
Professor Arthur Hertzberg and
Long Island University Professor
Muhammad Muslih focusing on the
effect the interaction of Zionism and
Palestinian nationalism has had, and
will continue to have., on the conflict
and prospects for peace.
Presenters also include the
Chicago-based Israeli Consul
General to the Midwest Moshe Ram,
Tel Aviv University Professor Dr.
Gideon Doron, Mideast analyst and
former U-M Professor Raymond
Tanter, UCLA Professor Dr. Steven
Spiegal and Mt. Sinai School of
Medicine Professor Dr. Rachel
Yehuda. They will address topics
ranging from the environment as a
bridge to peace to the psychological
effects of terror, the recent Israeli
elections and U.S.-Israel relation.
The event runs from 10:30 a.m. to
6:45 p.m., with Burg's keynote
address at 5:15 p.m.
Registration will be at the door
until the conference is full. For more
information and to pre-register, visit
www.israelconference.org ❑

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