Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Holding Forum at JUMP

How do you pack a room full of young Jews, curious about the present condition of and what is currently making headlines in Israel? Simple really: bring in the leading British-born Israeli Hasbara and communications key note speaker Neil Lazarus of to JUMP (Jewish Urban Meeting Place) at Yonge and Dundas.

In outtakes from last Tuesday's event, Neil brought his British humour to Toronto. He also provided commentary on topics ranging from the influence - or diminishing influence - of the world's super-powers and warnings of growing nuclear proliferation by Israel's neighbours.

Also discussed was the two state solution settlement issue along with the complex relationships between Palestinians, Fatah and Hamas...

and the continued reaction on the on-going incarceration of Gilad Schalit.

This is just the tip of the iceberg of what Neil had to say. For an expanded look at all the hot topics read Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf's one-on-one exclusive with Neil in next week's CJN. Check back on The CJN's YouTube channel for clips from the sit down interview.


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