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Sept. 26: The Current State of US-Israel Relations

A talk by Baruch Binah, Israeli Consul General in Chicago

When: Monday 26 September, 7:30 PM

Where: Arthur M. Glick Jewish Community Center, 6701 Hoover Road, Indianapolis

Baruch Binah has a reputation of being a very thoughtful and decent analyst of Middle Eastern affairs and of the ties between the US and Israel ... although he is an official representative of his government, he also has a reputation of speaking with candor.

A member of Israel’s Foreign Service since 1979, Consul General Barukh Binah has held various positions in diplomacy, research, policy planning, and media relations. In 1985, he was appointed Israel’s Spokesman and Press Officer in New York. In 1992, he was assigned to Washington, D.C., as Counselor for Congressional Affairs at the Embassy of Israel. He later became the Embassy’s Minister-Counselor for Public Affairs. In Jerusalem, Consul General Barukh Binah served as the Spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Director of the Press Division (1991-1992). Between 1999 and 2001, he served as Director of North American Affairs (Division II - Congressional Affairs and Consulates in the United States). He also held a variety of research and policy planning positions, including Comptroller of Research Quality. From 2001 - 2005, he has served as the Head of the International Affairs Bureau in the Center for Political Research of the Foreign Ministry.

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