CAMERA to hold conference with Dershowitz, Cotler

August 17, 2010 13:04


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A pro-Israel media watchdog will hold a two-day conference in Boston starting October 10 featuring speakers such as lawyer and political activist Alan Dershowitz and Canada's former Minister of of Justice Irwin Cotler.

“The cumulative impact of the biased campaigns against Israel has had a major negative impact on European views of Israel and could, in time, affect American attitudes,” said Andrea Levin, President of CAMERA. “This conference will provide a ‘boot camp’ experience for those who want to help:"

CAMERA, the Commitee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America, is a not-for-profit group founded in 1988 with chapters in most big U.S. cities.

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