Israeli Strategy: A Palestinian Perspective
a public talk by Michael Tarazi,
legal advisor to the Palestine Liberation Organization
Monday, December 6th, 2004
7 PM, Kane Hall, Room 220,
University of Washington
(Doors open at 6:30)
Free and open to the public
More information: (206) 633-1086
Michael Tarazi, a Palestinian-American lawyer and legal advisor to the Negotiations Affairs Department of the Palestine Liberation Organization, will speak in Kane Hall (room 220) at the University of Washington on Monday December 6th at 7 PM (doors opening at 6:30).
Michael Tarazi provides legal advice to the Negotiations Affairs Department on a wide array of permanent status issues such as refugees, Israeli settlements and Jerusalem. He has recently made numerous appearances on CNN, NBC, ABC and the BBC and been published in such newspapers as The New York Times and Israel's Ha'areetz. Mr. Tarazi was raised in Colorado and educated at Harvard and Harvard Law School.
This event is presented by the Palestine Solidarity Committee--Seattle and Voices of Palestine and co-sponsored by the Middle East Center, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington*, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee--Seattle, the Arab Student Union (UW), Friends of Sabeel--Western Washington Chapter, the Muslim Student Association (UW), and the Palestine Concerns Group at Saint Mark's Cathedral.
Free and open to the public. For more information: (206) 633-1086.
*The Middle East Center's sponsorship of this event does not imply that the Center endorses the content of the Event.