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Adult Ed: Ambassador Michael Oren

Sunday, June 13, 2021 3 Tammuz 5781

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Join us on Zoom for a talk by Statesman, parliamentarian, soldier, historian, Ambassador Michael Oren, on his latest book. He has published his fourth work of fiction, To All Who Call in Truth. Set in a suburban Jewish community in the 1970s, the novel follows the passions and struggles of Sandy Cooper, a dedicated teacher and coach who grapples with love, betrayal, and murder.

As a Member of Knesset and Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office, Ambassador Oren interacted with foreign leaders and defended Israel in the media. He spearheaded efforts to strengthen Israel-Diaspora relations, to develop the Golan Heights, and to fight BDS. As Chairman of a classified subcommittee, he dealt with some of Israel’s most sensitive security issues.

Prior to that, for nearly five years, Oren served as Israel's Ambassador to the United States. He was instrumental in obtaining US defense aid, especially for the Iron Dome system, and American loan guarantees for Israel's economy. He built bridges with diverse communities across the nation, wrote dozens of op-eds and conducted hundreds of media interviews, fortifying the U.S.-Israel alliance.

A graduate of Princeton and Columbia, Dr. Oren was a visiting professor at Harvard, Yale, and Georgetown. He holds four honorary doctorates and was awarded the Statesman of the Year Medal by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and the Dr. Martin Luther King Legacy Prize for International Service. His last three books -- Six Days of War; Power, Faith, and Fantasy; and Ally: My Journal Across the American-Israel Divide -- were all New York Times bestsellers. He received the Los Angeles Times History Book of the Year Award, a National Humanities prize, and the Jewish Book Award. 

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