Two Gatherings

Felsen, Michael
December 2011
Washington Jewish Week;12/8/2011, Vol. 47 Issue 48, p23
The article looks at the approaches adopted to address the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The author observes that most of the speakers at Zionist Organization of America's (ZOA) 2011 National Dinner have conveyed a common message which was to prepare for the coming war. At a conference of Israelis and Palestinians to commemorate the eighth anniversary of the Geneva Accord, young participants were hoping for a peaceful resolution to the conflict.


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