Jerusalem Conference to focus on Iran

February 14, 2010 11:10


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The Seventh Annual Jerusalem Conference, a leading international conference on Israeli national issues, will be hosting top experts and policy makers to speak about recent events in Iran and the implications for Israel, beginning Monday. 

Speakers include former head of Israel's Missile Defense Organization, former Israeli and US Defense Officials, Israeli ambassadors, and Senior Advisors from the Hudson Institute and Reagan Legacy Foundation.

The conference, held on February 15-17 at the Regency Hotel, Mt. Scopus will dedicate the following panels on the subject.  In addition, Former Israel Ambassador to Iran, Uri Lubrani, will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award. 

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