The National Summit to Reassess the
U.S.-Israel "Special Relationship" invites all
of the news media to attend and learn from our speakers.
Please fill out and submit a
request for press
credentials (PDF) at least five days before the summit
to guarantee your seat and complimentary lunch.
For questions about the Summit, call
Grant F. Smith at 202-342-7325 or contact by email at
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/
America's first National Summit to Reassess the
U.S.-Israel "Special Relationship" will be held in the
ballroom of the National Press Club on March 7 in
U.S. financial, military, and
diplomatic support for Israel has grown significantly
and steadily throughout the past 60 years and now dwarfs
annual American foreign assistance to all other nations.
Research indicates the U.S.-Israel "special
relationship" is a major factor in foreign hostility
towards Americans. Some experts suggest that Israel has
been central to U.S. wars in the Middle East.
However, the huge public backlash
against Israel lobby-generated momentum for U.S. attacks
on Syria and Iran indicates that Americans are concerned
about the direction of U.S. foreign policy, how it is
made, and those trying to make it. This historic summit
will provide an in-depth, multifaceted inquiry into this
critical subject matter. Panelists will include former
military and diplomatic personnel, intelligence
officers, scholars, economists, researchers and a
variety of other subject-matter experts and authors
often shut out of key discussions in public forums and
news media outlets. Members of the public will be
allowed to ask the key questions and network with other
Interested members of the public may
now register for an early-bird discount online at
EventsNow (link). Members of the press may request
credentials and currently enrolled university or college
students may apply for one of the limited number of
donor-funded free student tickets by completing and
submitting this registration form (link). A
complimentary lunch will be provided during mid-day
keynotes and panels.
National Summit organizers are:
CNIF advocates for Middle East
policies that serve the national interest; that
represent the highest values of our founders and our
citizens; and that work to sustain a nation of honor,
decency, security and prosperity.
IAK is an independent research and
information-dissemination institute with particular
focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, U.S. foreign
policy regarding the Middle East, and media coverage of
IRmep is a Washington-DC based
nonprofit researching U.S. Middle East policy
formulation and how warranted law enforcement and civil
action can improve outcomes.
WRMEA is a magazine published by the
American Educational Trust focusing on news and analysis
from and about the Middle East and U.S. policy in that
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