2013-10-18 / Community

Hoenlein To Speak At Temple Beth-El

On Monday evening, October 28th, at 8 p.m. Malcolm Hoenlein will be speaking at Temple Beth-El, located at 201 Beach 121st Street. The whole community is invited.

Hoenlein is the Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, the coordinating body on international Jewish concerns for 55 other national Jewish organizations. As such he has first-hand knowledge of what is happening in international relations with Israel, the Middle East, Soviet and world Jewry.

Hoenlein will be speaking about what is happening behind the headlines as he has a working relationship with government officials throughout the world including Israel and the Arab world and with the U.S. government as well.

He has traveled extensively in Eastern and Western Europe, Central Asia, the Persian Gulf, North and South Africa and the Middle East, meeting with officials in Israel, the Arab countries and the former Soviet Union.

Having devoted his life to international relations especially as they relate to Israel and world Jewry, he serves as an advisor to public officials and is frequently consulted on public policy issues.

Hoenlein’s extensive knowledge comes from a background that includes positions as a founding Executive Director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater New York, and the founding Executive Director of the Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

He currently serves on the board of the Council on Foreign Relations, the American-Israel Friendship League, and The Uzbekistan-U.S. Chamber and is an advisor to many public officials and is frequently consulted on public policy issues.

Temple Beth-El invites all to spend an interesting evening and learn about what is happening around the world and behind the headlines.

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