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An Author Conversation with Yossi Klein Halevi

Hosted By: The Jewish Community Project of Lower Manhattan (JCP)

Join the JCP Downtown community to hear from Israeli writer Yossi Klein Halevi. He will address talk about his most recent book, “Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor.” Halevi has long been one of the most profoundly thoughtful writers on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. You are encouraged to read the book ahead of his talk.

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Yossi Klein Halevi

Yossi Klein Halevi is a senior fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem. Together with Imam Abdullah Antepli of Duke University, he co-directs the Institute's Muslim Leadership Initiative (MLI), which teaches emerging young Muslim American leaders about Judaism, Jewish identity and Israel. Halevi’s 2013 book, Like Dreamers, won the Jewish Book Council's Everett Book of the Year Award. His latest book, Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor, is a New York Times bestseller. He writes for leading op-ed pages in the US, including the Times and the Wall Street Journal, and is a former contributing editor to the New Republic.
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The Jewish Community Project of Lower Manhattan (JCP)

The Jewish Community Project of Lower Manhattan (JCP) is a vibrant center for Jewish life in Lower Manhattan. As a community, we build deep connections, explore Jewish identity, and do good downtown
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