Jewish Book Week 2023 Saturday 25 February - Sunday 05 March | Tickets now on sale

The Abraham Accords

Jason Greenblatt, Dahlia Scheindlin

Chair: David Horovitz

27/02/2023 8:00 pm
On Zoom, Virtual Event

Ticket Price : £7.50

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In 2017 Trump Organization chief legal officer Jason Greenblatt was appointed as an assistant to the President and special envoy to the Middle East. In the Path of Abraham is his inside account of the Peace to Prosperity Plan, a plan to resolve the discord between Israel and its neighbours. The result was the ground-breaking Abraham Accords, which normalised Israel’s relationships with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco. He joins political scientist and public opinion researcher Dahlia Scheindlin and The Times of Israel founding editor David Horovitz to discuss his unique experiences of these historic developments and a President noted for his complex relationship with Jewish communities.

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Jason Greenblatt


The Honorable Jason Greenblatt is a diplomat, lawyer and commentator who served as an Assistant to the President and the White House Special Envoy to the Middle East in the Trump Administration. In this role, Jason served as one of the chief architects of the Peace to Prosperity plan between Israel and the Palestinians and was one of the key players in laying the foundation for the Abraham Accords. He is the host of The Diplomat Podcast with Newsweek and author of the new book "In the Path of Abraham".

Dahlia Scheindlin


Dahlia Scheindlin is a political scientist and a public opinion researcher who has advised on eight national election campaigns in Israel, and worked in 15 other countries. She holds a PhD from Tel Aviv University; she co-hosts The Tel Aviv Review podcast and she is a policy fellow at The Century Foundation. Dahlia lives in Tel Aviv. Image cr. Oren Ziv

David Horovitz


David Horovitz is the founding editor of The Times of Israel, the fastest-growing current affairs website in the Jewish world, with an average of some 8 million monthly users worldwide and 40 million monthly page views. The Times of Israel, which provides independent, non-partisan coverage of Israel, the region and the Jewish world, also publishes in Hebrew, French, Arabic and Persian.