Al-Hewar Center Announces Lecture Series in Washington D.C. Area
The Al-Hewar Center announces a lecture series regarding issues confronting the Arab American community.
All events are held at 124 Park Street, S.E., Level B, Vienna, Virginia
Wednesday, February 6
Open Discussion about “The Lebanese Political Crisis: Is It Caused by Internal Elements or Foreign Influence?” (in Arabic)
Wednesday, February 13
A conversation with Dr. James Zogby,
President of the Arab American Institute (AAI) –
“The Stakes Have Never Been Higher: U.S. Middle East Policy and the 2008 Elections,”
Wednesday, February 20
A Conversation with Dr. Rida Al-Attar about “Arabs Before Islam”
Wednesday, February 27
A Conversation with Dr. Kamal Khaldi and Dr. Fawzi El-Asmar about “Choices of Plans for the Palestinian State”
Wednesday, March 5
To Be Announced
Wednesday, March 12
To Be Announced
Wednesday, March 19
A Conversation with Dr. Mohamed Finaish, former Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), about “Minorities in the Arab World and the Principle of Citizenship” (in Arabic)
All meetings are held at 124 Park Street, S.E., Level B, Vienna, Virginia. No reservations needed to attend these events.
The entry fee (paid at the door) is $ 5 for non-Subscribers. Coffee, Tea and Cookies will be served between 8:00 and 8:15
For more information or directions call (703) 281-6277.
All events held at Al-Hewar Center are free of charge for Center subscribers.. Individual Annual Subscription to Al-Hewar Center is only $100.
Among other benefits, members receive a complimentary subscription to Al-Hewar Magazine featuring the English Supplement: “The Arab-American Dialogue”.