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Video: Six Days/Five Decades: 1967 and Its Significance for Israeli Security, Politics and Society

On May 4th, the Y&S Nazarian Center hosted leading Israeli scholars in a variety of fields, ranging from peace negotiations, Jewish-Arab relations, Palestinian politics, Jewish fundamentalism and Middle East economies. At the “Six Days/Five Decades: 1967 and Its Significance for Israeli Security, Politics and Society” panel discussion, these experts gathered fifty years after the Six-Day War to assess the conflict’s legacy in Israel.

These scholars included (in order of appearance):

  • Gilead Sher, former Chief of Staff and Policy Coordinator to Israeli Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, Ehud Barak
  • Motti Inbari, renowned scholar and author of several works on Jewish fundamentalism in Israel, the US and Europe
  • Elie Rekhess, one of Israel’s leading experts on the Arab minority in Israel, Jewish-Arab relations & Palestinian politics
  • Paul Rivlin, senior economics researcher at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle East and African Studies