Dershowitz Center for Pro-Israel Art
Lecture 1
Monday, Jan 24th, at  8:15pm
Lecture Presented at: 92nd Street Y: 1395 Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street  
 Registration and admission required, limited space, first come first serve, reservation and payment required, discounted rate use code below.
Join Malcolm Hoenlein and John Batchelor for a Discussion on: 
2011: Challenges and Opportunities for American and World Jewry 
Join one of the most prominent American Jewish leaders for a candid discussion of the dangers and issues facing the Jewish community in the coming year, from de-legitimization to the peace process to Iran globalization
Followed by Private Discussion with representatives of Artist 4Israel in Buttenwieser Lounge  

Lecture 2
Sunday,  January 30th at  2:00PM
at Kaplen JCC on the Palisades 411 East Clinton Ave Tenafly, New Jersey                                                             
Admission: Free
Subject: The Palestinian Right to Israel with Alex Grobman
The Arab/Israeli conflict is among the most intractable disputes in the world today. In this meticulously researched and well-written work, Dr. Alex Grobman, a renowned historian trained at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, systematically and methodically exposes the myths and lies about the Arab right to the land of Israel. Grobman shows that the Arabs have never accepted the right of Jews to re-establish their sovereignty in the land of Israel, and how they continually try to refute the Jewish connection to Israel, especially the city of Jerusalem, charging that the Jews are not a people at all, and are consequently not entitled to a country of their own.
Cosponsored by Adult and IC Departments and IPC of UJA/NNJ

Lecture 3
February 8th, Tuesday at 6:30PM,
at JNF House 42 East 69th Street (between Park & Madison Avenues) New York, NY 10023, First Floor Board Room,                              
Admission: Free
Subject: Water knows no borders, and the availability of this essential resource is critical to regional stability. This is particularly true in the Middle East, where water security will be an integral part of a durable peace settlement. The JNF Parsons Water Fund seeks to share conservation, collection, and recycling technologies with Israel’s neighbors and countries throughout the world grappling with water management issues. Presented by Colonel Sharon Davidovich, the National Director of the JNF Parsons Water Fund, who has become an advocate and a world recognized expert on the water issues which Israel faces today. He will explain how Israel shares its technology and scientific information with the world.

Lecture 4
February 16, Thursday at 7:15PM
At Temple Beth Shalom, Edgewood Ave. and River Road
Smithtown  Long Island, New York 11787.
Admission: Free
Stand with Us to Present
Subject:  “Anti Zionism vs. Anti-Semitism – How Can we Tell the Difference?”  As debates and criticisms of Israel continue, where is the line between legitimate criticism of Israel and anti-Semitism? What are some examples in society today?    

Lecture 5
February 24th, Thursday at 7:00PM
At 165 East 56th Street, New York
Admission: Free
Subject: “Making a Case for Israel”, Explore the concept of Israel Advocacy and how to respond to difficult questions, such as “Israel is an Apartheid state” or Israel commits war crimes”. Learn and practice The David Project’s Address-Reframe-Message (ARM) technique to address these types of allegations.