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Dr. Dmitry Radyshevsky, CEO of The Jerusalem Summit

Dr. Radyshevsky, educated at Harvard University and Hebrew University of Jerusalem, was a senior correspondent for Moscow News and The Jerusalem Report, worked as a visiting journalist with TIME Magazine and served as an Assistant Editor at New York Times. He is an author of several books on philosophy, Zionism and interfaith dialogue: “The Jerusalem Alternative”, “Babylon and Jerusalem: the Middle East Conflict in the Light of the Bible”, “Dolphinarium: Terror Targets the Young”, "Universal Zionism". 


Baroness Caroline Cox, Deputy Speaker, U.K. House of the Lords

Baroness Caroline Cox was created a Life Peer in 1982 and has been Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords in the UK since 1985. She was Founder Chancellor of Bournemouth University from 1991-2001 and is Vice President of the Royal College of Nursing. Her international humanitarian work includes serving as non-executive director of the Andrei Sakharov Foundation, trustee of MERLIN (Medical Emergency Relief International), and the Siberian Medical University and Chief Executive of HART (Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust).



Governor Sam Brownback

Governor of Kansas, Sam Brownback ran for President of United States in 2008. Frdom 1996 until 2011 Senator Brownback (R) served as Chairman, Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space - U.S. Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee Chairman, Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs - U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee.



Prof. Moshe Kaveh, President, Bar-Ilan University

An internationally-acclaimed physicist, Moshe Kaveh is a research fellow at the Cavendish Laboratories at Cambridge University, chief scientist of Bar-Ilan University’s Minerva Center in Mesoscopics, and director of its Resnick Institute for Advanced Technology. Over his tenure as president of Bar-Ilan University (since 1996), the university has doubled its student body, tripled its doctoral students, built 15 major new teaching and research facilities, and opened more than 120 new courses of study, research centers and institutes.



Prof. Daniel Pipes, Board Member, United States Institute of Peace

Daniel Pipes is director of the Middle East Forum, a member of the presidentially appointed board of the U.S. Institute of Peace, and a prize-winning columnist for the New York Post and The Jerusalem Post. Mr. Pipes serves on the "Special Task Force on Terrorism and Technology" at the Department of Defense. He sits on five editorial boards, has testified before many congressional committees, and worked on four presidential campaigns.




  (1949-2007) was a Member of our Presidium from 2003 till 2007.

 

 


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There will never be peace with Arabs until they and the world understand that Jerusalem can never be divided. The Arabs will believe that Israel is weak and will give in to everything if we give in on Jerusalem. It is a moral question, the eternal unity of Jerusalem. The core of Jerusalem is the Temple Mount. When we lost it in the past, it was out of weakness; we were forced, but we never volunteered to give up the Mount, which is the heart of Jewish existence.
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The values of Western civilization are being confronted. We must fight to win the war. There are no limitations to this fight. Fooling yourself encourages terrorism. Israel must not permit others to determine her actions. Only what is best for our long-range interests should be considered. What kind of a country do we want?
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Jerusalem should not be a topic of any future negotiations. There will never be reconciliation on that. There will never be a genuine process between us and the Palestinians if they and the world believe that there can be a possibility for the division of Jerusalem. <...> There will never be a Jewish government that will have the moral authority or the political power to give up any part of the Old City. <...> The only way to fight terror is without political restraints. [In reference to the roadmap], Israel must make a unilateral decision, based on what we want.

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