Sayed Kashua is the creator of the hugely popular Israeli television sitcom Arab Labour and one of the country’s most successful writers. He has a (largely) satirical column in Haaretz and is the author of the novels Dancing Arabs, Let it be Morning, Second Person Singular and Exposure.
Our Voice of the Week is a selection of speakers discussing conservatism in Israeli political and intellectual conversation at the first annual Israeli Conservatism Conference, Jerusalem, 16 May.
Israeli Conservatism Conference - Session 2 (all times EDT):
6:30 a.m. - Avi Bell, Gil Bringer, Elad Malka, and Erel Segal: Governing for Liberty
7:45 a.m. - R. Chaim Navon, R. Amichai Eliyahu, On Rifman, and Erez Tadmor: A Great State vs. A Big Government
Posted by The Tikvah Fund on Thursday, May 16, 2019