Spatial Shaping: The Current Dynamics of the Israel-Palestinian Conflict in Jerusalem

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February 12, 2013 @ 7:00 pm
February 12, 2013 @ 8:00 pm
Duke University, Sanford Building, Room 05
(919) 613.7401
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201 Science Drive
Durham, NC 27708 United States

2013_Feb12_SeidemannDanny Seidemann will lead a conversation about the urgent situation in East Jerusalem, the policies that have led to the current crisis, the efforts of Palestinian and Israeli activists to pull the city back from the brink, and the role of the Obama administration in preventing developments in Jerusalem from destroying the chance for an equitable, sustainable resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Seidemann is an Israeli attorney and founder/director of the Israeli NGO Terrestrial Jerusalem. After litigating a variety of cases in Israeli courts and working for more than 20 years on the most sensitive issues related to Jerusalem, Seidemann has come to be universally regarded as the world’s leading expert on geopolitical Jerusalem. His analysis is relied upon by negotiators and the international community. He is frequently cited in top Israeli, Arab and international media, and is a retired reserve major in Israel’s Defense Forces.

For more information, please contact Samantha Lachman.

Sponsored by J Street Duke, J Street UNC, and J Street.

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