The discussion will be led by Gil Hoffman, chief political correspondent
of the Jerusalem Post, the synagogue announced this week.
Hoffman, who was raised in Chicago and wrote for The Miami Herald and Arizona Republic before moving to Israel. He has
interviewed every major figure across the Israeli political spectrum,
and is a regular
analyst on CNN, Al-Jazeera and other news outlets.
A reserve soldier in the IDF's Spokesperson
Unit, he has lectured in seven countries and 46 US states, according to the Jerusalem Post's website. He lives in
Jerusalem with his wife and two children.
The program in Plainview is open to the public. It is set for Saturday Nov. 9 (6 Kislev 5774) from 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. at Young Israel of Plainview, 132 Southern Parkway at Oak Drive.