Our High-Stakes Political Future: The Dynamic Outlook in the US, Israel, and Between Them


12:00 pm

Virtual Event

With a presidential election looming in the U.S. and a war ongoing in Israel, 2024 is shaping up to be a defining year for both nations, as they navigate a dynamic political landscape and look ahead to an uncertain future.

How has the October 7 Hamas attack changed the game in the U.S.-Israel relationship? What role will U.S. policy toward Israel play in the 2024 election? How will the outcome of the election affect the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

Join American Society of the University of Haifa (ASUH) fora timely discussion with Mazi Melesa Pilip, member of the Nassau County Legislature from the 10th district. At age 12, Pilip immigrated to Israel as an Ethiopian refugee during Operation Solomon. She served in the IDF as a gunsmith, before earning a bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy at University of Haifa as well as a master’s in diplomacy and security from Tel Aviv University. Earlier this year, Pilip was the Republican nominee in the race to fill the Congressional seat vacated by the expelled former U.S. Rep. George Santos.

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