Jerusalem is a city unlike any other. Conquered and reconquered over the centuries, it’s a site of importance for all three major monotheistic religions, and claimed by both Israelis and Palestinians as their national capital. Some even say it’s a city with three capitals, divided between Palestinians, Israeli and Haredi (ultra-orthodox Jewish) populations.
Sit down with Emanuel in Jerusalem for a personal briefing on the city’s people and politics, learn about the key issues, including Israel’s security concerns, the challenges facing Palestinian residents of the city, and the difficulties of running a city with three radically different sets of residents.
Briefings are typically held for an hour in a central Jerusalem location.
200 NIS for one person, 150 NIS each for two people, 100 NIS each for three people or more.