Mordechai Kedar

Mordechai Kedar

  •   Abington, PA January 10-12; Los Angeles, CA January 17-18; Palm Beach, FL January 10-February 2; Savannah, GA February 6-7; New York, NY February 9
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    ​Israel and Its Neighbors; Understanding Arab and Muslim Culture; Military Intelligence

    Dr. Mordechai Kedar, the Director of the Center for the Study of the Middle East and Islam (under formation), a research associate of the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies and a lecturer in the Department of Arabic at Bar-Ilan University in Israel, is one of Israel's leading figures in understanding the Arab world. He is the Middle East analyst of the daily newspaper “Makor Rishon” as well as other publications. 

    Dr. Kedar is a frequent guest in the Israeli, Arab and international media. In January of 2011, Dr. Kedar gave a very insightful presentation on Capitol Hill on "Why is the Middle East Such a Difficult Area for Americans and Westerners to Understand?”

    Dr. Kedar will be on a speaking tour visiting North America between January 7 and February 10, 2014.  He is available to be booked for lectures and various presentations. He can be a scholar-in-residence for a weekend or give presentations and lectures during the weekdays.


     
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