The Community Relations Council is the public affairs arm of the organized Tidewater Jewish community. It represents the area synagogues and Jewish agencies on issues impacting the rights and protection of Jews as individuals and as a community. The CRC works to educate the community on public affairs issues and translates these issues into community action with the greater community, public officials, other faith and ethnic communities and the media.
The Community Relations Council and Congregation Beth Chaverim proudly present:
"The Threat of the World-Wide Muslim Brotherhood Movement"
With Kyle Shideler of Endowment for Middle East Truth
7:00pm on Monday, December 9th at Beth Chaverim 3820 Stoneshore Road, Virginia Beach, 23452
Kyle Shideler is the Director of Research and Communications at the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET). He is a contributing author of “Saudi Arabia and the Global Islamic Terrorist Network: America and the West’s Fatal Embrace” and has been published in the InFocus, the quarterly journal of the Jewish Policy Center, and National Security Proceedings, the quarterly journal of the Center for Security Policy, as well as The American Thinker, Breitbart News, The Blaze, Family Security Matters and FrontPage Magazine. He has appeared as a commentator on talk radio discussing national security and terrorism issues. Kyle has briefed congressional staffers, law enforcement officers and intelligence officials on matters ranging from the Iranian nuclear program to Saudi influence operations. FREE and open to the community with RSVP by December 4th. Click here to RSVP.
Israel Today. Diversity.
Thursday, December 12, 2013
Ishmael Khaldi is an Arab-Muslim-Israeli who holds the distinction of being the first Bedouin appointed as a diplomat in Israel’s Foreign Ministry. Since that historic occasion in 2004, Khaldi has continued to represent his homeland: in San Francisco as Israel’s Deputy Consul General, in Jerusalem as Policy Adviser to the Foreign Minister, and now in London as Counselor for Civil Society Affairs at the Embassy of Israel. Author of the 2010 memoir A Shepherd’s Journey, Khaldi is a patriot and ardent supporter of Israel who served with the Israeli Defense Forces and the Israeli Police. He brings a unique and honest perspective to diversity in Israel today.
Free and open to the community at the Simon Family JCC on the Sandler Family Campus. Click here to RSVP.
Learn more about the Israel Today Series.