The First Jerusalem Summit was held in Israel's capital
during Sukkot (October 12-14, 2003). Outstanding political and academic
leaders met to develop
a joint strategy against
the Totalitarianism of the East represented by radical
Islam, as well as against Moral
Relativism of the West , which erodes our resolve to fight that evil.
After Fascism and Communism, Radical Islam is the third major totalitarian
threat to civilizationin the last hundred years.
The State of Israel is both a symbol and a front-line state in the battle
for our civilization. A terrorist PLO
state will pose mortal danger to Israel and the free world at large.
Jerusalem Summit will develop and promote efficient alternatives
to the Oslo process.
and other Summit's programs will provide
the free world with moral
clarity in the fight against radical Islam and new
paradigms of thinking about the Middle East conflict.
United around Jerusalem, armed with our eternal values, we cannot fail.
Press-conference of the Jerusalem Summit. From Left to Right:
Dmitry Radyshevsky, Director of the Michael Cherney Foundation;
Uzi Landau, Israel's Minister for the Strategic Cooperation between
US and Israel; Richard Perle, Member of the Defense Policy
Board; Benny Elon, Israel's Minister of Tourism; Daniel
Pipes, Director of the Middle East Forum; Cal Thomas, TV Host,