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Historian and advocate Gorenberg to speak on Israeli democracy

Written by Ann Rodgers on .

J-Street Pittsburgh and several other regional Jewish groups are sponsoring a talk Sunday, February 10, 2013 by Israeli historian, journalist and advocate Gershom Gorenberg, who specializes in the politics and culture of the Middle East. His talk “Israeli Democracy: What Threatens it and How to Save it” draws on research from his book “The Unmaking of Israel,” which explores the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He considers a two-state solution urgent.
The talk at 7 p.m. is free, but requires registration. The co-sponsors with J-Street are Congregation Dor Hadash, the Pittsburgh Area Jewish Committee and the Tikkun Olam Center for Jewish Social Justice of Temple Sinai.

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