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Media Myths and Madness: Israel in the Foreign Press with Aryeh Green

June 08, 2017 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM

 

 

The Republican Jewish Coalition invites you to a lunch

featuring

Aryeh Green

Director Emeritus of MediaCentral and Former Advisor to Natan Sharansky

Media Myths and Madness: Israel in the Foreign Press 

RSVP is Required.

Cost: $10
*Kosher lunch will be served*

This event is for current members and leaders of the RJC.
If you are unsure about your membership or would like to renew,
please contact Calyn Robinow at crobinow@rjchq.org or call (212) 922-0839.

 

 

Location provided upon RSVP
Midtown Manhattan, NY 10019
United States

TO RSVP, PLEASE CONTACT:
Calyn Robinow · · 212-922-0839


About our Speaker:
Aryeh Green is director emeritus of MediaCentral (www.m-central.org), a Jerusalem-based project of HonestReporting he ran since 2006, providing support services to foreign journalists based in or visiting Israel. He is currently raising investment funds for Israel's leading global solar energy developer, EnergiyaGlobal, as chief strategic officer. A business consultant and executive at leading Israeli and international companies, Aryeh has also been a policy advisor to Natan Sharansky and was a senior member of minister Sharansky's staff in the prime minister's office, responsible for contacts with Palestinian and other Arab democracy activists and defending Israel on college campuses, and continues to be a leading advocate for human rights and freedom in the Middle East. Aryeh is the author of the forthcoming book My Israel Trail: Finding Peace in the Land of Milk & Honey (www.myisraeltrail.com).

About MediaCentral:
MediaCentral, a Jerusalem-based project of HonestReporting, is the only service-oriented project working in the field with the foreign press in Israel. With no political agenda and proven credibility, MediaCentral holds briefings, organizes press tours, connects reporters to newsmakers and objective analysts, and builds relationships with the correspondents to pro-actively improve their reporting.