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The SSI Advanced Israel Program and what you can learn about Hamas, Hezbollah, ISIS and threats to the USA

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Henry Morgenstern, SSI’s Israel Program director will give a webinar on the current situation in the Middle East

 

With the Middle East boiling and the current War between Hamas and Israel, this timely webinar will explain just how complex a situation has developed in that region and how it will effect US security. Based on the renowned SSI – Advanced Israel Training program, this webinar will cover the following topics:

 

How has the Syrian Conflict hardened the battle lines between the different streams in Islam: Sunnah and Shia believers?

How has the conflict affected countries and areas like Egypt, the Sinai Dessert, Southern Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, the Gulf States and Saudi Arabia and Iran?

The activities and interviews we have on the Advanced Israel Training mission to show participants how these conflicts may affect the USA.

 

Sign up now for this webinar on August 7th 2014 at 2.30pm.  Participants will receive FREE of charge, a subscription to the Counter Terrorist Magazine; a  FREE membership (provided you are a First Responder or Student of Criminal Justice/Homeland Security) to the Homeland Security Network.

 

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