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Balancing Human rights with National Security

The spread of terrorism among many countries around the world has sharpened the dilemma that accompanies almost every action related to law enforcement and order - whether to defend national security at the expense of human rights or vice versa. The Israeli solution is balanced. The lecture is accompanied by videos and a presentation illustrating the dilemmas and solutions.

Cases and Issues that agitated Israel

About 40 cases that agitated Israel are in the lecturer's arsenal, from the case of the first political assassination (Rabbi Yaakov Israel de Haan or Chaim Arlozorov?) Through the case of Tobiansky (1948), or two members of Kibbutz Gan Shmuel - the case of Uri Ilan 1955 and the case of Udi Adiv 1972 , “Line 300 incident” and the GSS affair, the Lillehammer affair (Mossad 1973), the Jewish underground in the territories (1984), the bringing of the Iraqi Mig. plane to Israel (1966) and the demolition of the reactor in Syria (2007). The lectures are accompanied by presentations and videos.

Israel and the Palestinians - Review of the past and assessments for the future

About 40 cases that agitated Israel are in the lecturer's arsenal, from the case of the first political assassination (Rabbi Yaakov Israel de Haan or Chaim Arlozorov?) Through the case of Tobiansky (1948), or two members of Kibbutz Gan Shmuel - the case of Uri Ilan 1955 and the case of Udi Adiv 1972 , Line 300 incident and the GSS affair, the Lillehammer affair (Mossad

Dr. Col. (Res.) Moshe Elad

Served in several roles in the West Bank and Lebanon

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Israel

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English, Arabic, Hebrew

Most of his 30 years of military service in Judea and Samaria (West Bank) as Governor of Jenin, Governor of Bethlehem, Security Coordinator with the Palestinian Authority during the Oslo period, in Lebanon (Tire and Bint Jbeil) together with his academic career in modern Israel research, characterizes the lectures of Moshe Elad over the past 20 years. His three books: The core issues in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, If you will, this is the West Bank and the Oh! Stormy Country - reflect the essence of his experiences and research. After his military service, he was sent to the United States for five years on a Fundraising and public diplomacy mission.

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