Congregation Beth Israel in Scotch Plains and Development Corporation for Israel/Israel Bonds will jointly present “Analysis of the Israeli Elections” on Thursday, March 5, at 7:30 p.m.
The lecture is free and open to the community, with refreshments following the discussion.
Dr. Ralph Nurnberger, an expert in Middle East government and foreign policy, will be the guest lecturer. An acclaimed speaker, Dr. Nurnberger weaves humor, current political insights and historical background into his presentations.
This timely program will be held three days after the State of Israel holds a third national election on March 2, following two close races in which incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and opposition leader Benny Gantz were unable to create coalitions necessary to form the country’s next government. Dr. Nurnberger will discuss the results and implications of Israel’s unprecedented third election.
Following Dr. Nurnberger’s lecture, David Brown, Registered Representative of Israel Bonds, will present an overview of Israel Bonds and explain how they can be used to diversify one’s asset portfolio.
“Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East, but its election process is somewhat foreign to Americans,” said Jess Geller, chair of the Israel Bond Committee at Congregation Beth Israel. “This is a great opportunity for Americans to understand how Israelis choose their leaders. It is also a great way for Americans to learn how Israel Bonds helps support the State of Israel, regardless of which political party is in power.”
While the event is free to attend, RSVPs by March 2 are encouraged. To RSVP or for more information, contact David Brown at David.Brown@Israelbonds.com or (973) 712-1404.
Congregation Beth Israel is located at 18 Shalom Way (corner of Martine Avenue), Scotch Plains, NJ.
Development Corporation for Israel/Israel Bonds ranks among Israel’s most valued economic and strategic resources, with a record of proven success spanning nearly 70 years. Praised for its dependability, the Bonds organization has helped build every sector of Israel’s economy.
Partnering in Israel’s success story through investment in Israel bonds is global in scope. Worldwide sales have exceeded $43 billion since the first bonds were issued in 1951.
Proceeds from the sale of Israel bonds have played a decisive role in Israel’s rapid evolution into a groundbreaking, global leader in high-tech, greentech and biotech. Member FINRA