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Wednesday, September 13th, 2023 at 12 PM ET

On this, the 30th anniversary of the Declaration of Principles signed on the White House Lawn, the highly esteemed scholar Daniel Pipes will talk about the colossal failure of the Oslo Accords, and what Israel finally needs to redeem its place among the nations. During this webinar, Daniel will also discuss his new book on “Israeli Victory” which is about to be released. Can Israel redeem itself from all the years of appeasement to the Palestinian Authority? Has it created a dynamic in which Israel appears to be the “guilty party”, despite the fact that Israeli interlocutors have made successive generous offers to the Palestinians, that they have consistently rejected? What is the prescription that Dr. Pipes recommends for Israeli survival amid all of the existential threats it is now facing from Iran, and from the various Iranian and Qatari-backed factions from within the territories?

About the Speaker: Daniel Pipes is the President of the Middle East Forum. He is a historian, has and has led the Middle East Forum since its founding in 1994. He taught at Chicago, Harvard, Pepperdine, and the U.S. Naval War College. He served in five U.S. administrations, received two presidential appointments, and testified before many congressional committees. The author of 16 books on the Middle East, Islam, and other topics, Mr. Pipes writes a column for the Washington Times and the Spectator; his work has been translated into 39 languages. contains an archive of his writings and media appearances; he tweets at @DanielPipes. He received both his A.B. and Ph.D. from Harvard. The Washington Post deems him “perhaps the most prominent U.S. scholar on radical Islam.” Al-Qaeda invited Mr. Pipes to convert and Edward Said called him an “Orientalist.”