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Palestinian Public Opinion Regarding Peace with Israel

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Mon, 10/27/2014 - 19:00

The “Peace Process” between the Palestinians and Israelis has drawn on for a generation. Khalil Shikaki, of the Palestinian Center for Policy and Social Research, will address what Palestinians consider their most vital needs in the peace process and the compromises they are willing to make to address what most Israelis would consider as their most vital needs. Shikaki will further explain the most important drivers of Palestinian attitudes. This lecture is built on the vast database assembled and continuously updated through opinion polls conducted by Dr. Shikaki and his team of researchers at the Palestinian Center for Policy and Social Research. In this lecture you will learn how Palestinian views on the peace process have evolved and what their majors concerns are today in the aftermath of the recent Gaza conflict.

Location: JCC 
Time: 7:00pm