The Center for Middle East Peace & Economic Cooperation engages all recognized parties – Israel, the Palestinians, Arab countries, the United States, Europe, etc. – to reach just and comprehensive peace that will bring an end to the Israeli-Arab conflict. With this mission in mind, the Center's activities include travel in the region, diplomatic exchanges, and conferences featuring Middle Eastern and relevant international leaders seeking peace.
Briefing given by Dr. Mordechai Kedar on the 5th of November 2008, titled "The Role of Radical Islamic Groups in the Recent Acre Riots: Implications for Israeli-Arab Coexistence."
To view the entire briefing, visit the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs' website:
look the comment section for link to the transcript to the entire 1 hour 15 minute video!