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Deborah Singer Soffen MD
Deborah Singer Soffen MD is a Board Certified Pediatrician who has focused her efforts over the past several years on bringing attention to the incitement to violence of Palestinian schoolchildren.
Dr. Soffen attended a Hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Committee on anti-Israel Bias at the UN, submitting written testimony and a documentary she produced demonstrating that the incitement of school children to commit violent acts, including murder and martyrdom, is tantamount to “Societal Child Abuse.”
She participated in a number of briefings on UNRWA/PA School Incitement at the US Mission to the UN and the UN’s Middle East and West Asia Division. Along with Dr. Lurie, she co-authored several articles addressing on UNRWA/PA school incitement, published in Algemeiner, Times of Israel, and J Post.
Dr. Soffen graduated from The University of Pennsylvania (Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude) and obtained her medical degree from NYU School of Medicine. She was a practicing clinician for over twenty-five years and worked in a variety of settings including Healthcare Clinics for at risk populations, and School-based Health-centers. Dr. Soffen was a Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics affiliated with Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine and Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. She was nominated for the Distinguished Physician Humanitarian Award of the Princeton Healthcare System.
Dr. Soffen has been actively involved in numerous Pro-Israel Advocacy groups. For her family and friends in Israel, and for all the children in the region, both Israeli and Palestinian, she is dedicated to making school reform a reality.
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JOAN LURIE Goldberg
Dr. Joan Lurie Goldberg is a physicist and consultant with expertise in remotely sensed overhead (satellite/airplane/UAV) imagery and its applications. In the last few years, she has worked to increase awareness of the hate-filled and inciteful education to which Palestinian children are subjected in schools run by UNRWA. Ultimately, she believes, this education is a very significant obstacle to peace.
Dr. Goldberg is a lifelong Zionist and is active in Israeli and Jewish affairs in New York and Israel. Dr. Goldberg (a representative of ICJW at the UN in New York) is currently the co-Chair of the Informal Caucus of Jewish NGOs at the UN. Recently, under her leadership, the JNGO caucus has become a project-oriented organization with the goal of reforming the education presently delivered by UNRWA to Palestinian children. The group is UNRWA: Stop the Hate and includes both JNGOs and others who share this goal. She is, along with Dr. Deborah Soffen, the co-author of several papers including “The Path to Peace Begins in the Classroom”, published in the Opinion Section of the Jerusalem Post on September 29, 2018
Dr. Lurie Goldberg represents ICJW on the Board of the American Section of World Jewish Congress and participated in WJC’s solidarity mission to Israel during the Gaza war in 2014. She has worked with ImageSat International, an Israeli company which operates satellites and uses the imagery for a wide variety of applications. She has lectured on the use of satellite imagery in archaeology at the Israel Antiquities Authority and at an archeological field school at Tel Dor, Israel.
Dr. Henry Sheinkopf, is president of Sheinkopf Communications.
Sheinkopf is retained by a wide variety of government and public relations clients and maintains strong relationships with various city, state and federal officials at the highest levels. Sheinkopf Communications serves a wide range of political and public sector clients in diverse industries, including: healthcare, real estate, unions, finance, education, construction, insurance, and trade associations.
Dr. Sheinkopf’s opinions are widely sought by media outlets nationally and internationally.
He has been cited in the New York Times, Daily News, New York Post, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Examiner, Thomson Reuters, The Jerusalem Post, The Australian Financial Review, France 24, Newsweek, Time, Vanity Fair, BusinessWeek, The Daily Show, ABC World News Tonight, CBS, NBC Nightly News and Fox News. He has been a CNN and Newsmax contributor. Sheinkopf has been the subject of profiles in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, New York Daily News and New York Observer. Rabbi Dr. Sheinkopf has been cited in at least 30 books written about international and domestic politics.
Virag Gulyas is an international relations expert and currently pursuing her second Master’s degree in Jewish Studies at Touro College, Manhattan.
As a woman who admits she grew up as an anti-Semite, today she writes and speaks about her journey and is well-known for her raw honest blog, The Almost Jewish, both in the U.S. and in Israel. As a loud pro-Israel voice, a Hungarian, and a non-Jewish Zionist, she has created a movement that aims to change the stereotypes about Israel and the Jewish people one day at a time.
She has been working on several high-profile educational and PR campaigns that helped to outburst the bubble of false narratives around Israel and pointing a finger on the falsification of history led by Palestinian Arab propaganda work (backed up by such organizations as the U.N.)
Speaker at IAC National Conference, World Magshimey-Herut.
Featured in Israel News Talk, The Times of Israel, The Jerusalem Post, Israellycool, JewishPress, Aish. com and Hungary's major media outlets. Read her articles here!
Worked with such organizations as Artists4Israel, The Lawfare Project, Human Rights Voices, LiberateArt, Aish HaTorah, Americans for Safe Israel and people such as Ben-Dror Yemini, Ari Fuld (who lost his life in the recent terror attack in Israel), or the former Mossad agent, Avner Avraham.
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