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Juniors attend program on Middle East conflict

Ari Feuer and Rina Torchinsky

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photos by Ari Feuer and Rina Torchinsky

On Wednesday, Jan. 18, two guest speakers from the Washington Institute for Near East Policy came to speak to the junior class about the Middle East Peace Process. Fellow Ghaith al-Omari (left), who worked with the Palestinian government in negotiations, and Ziegler Distinguished Fellow David Makovsky (right), who has advised the American and Israeli governments on negotiations, spoke about how best to proceed with the peace process and also about creating constructive dialogue. Jewish History teacher Aaron Bregman (center) moderated the discussion.

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