Live Chat on Israel’s Security with Chuck Freilich

Top Pick December 6, 2017 Free
(Courtesy Israel Defense Forces)
(Courtesy Israel Defense Forces)

From Hezbollah and Assad in the north, to Hamas in Gaza, to ISIS in the Sinai to Iran to the east, Israel’s security situation is today as it has been since 1948—complicated. With the impending decision from the United States on Jerusalem and the promised “days of rage” from nearly every significant Palestinian faction, Israel’s security concerns seem to grow and evolve daily.

Chuck Freilich, an internationally renowned scholar, author, and national security advisor, will have the answers to your questions during this live Q&A.

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