Daryl Temkin

Israel Institute for the Advancement of Alternative Energy Innovation

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Daryl Temkin is the founder and director of the Israel Institute for the Advancement for Alternative Energy Innovation, which serves to teach pivotal facts about Israel and Israel’s contributions to advancing technology. He has been a keynote speaker as well as an active opinion writer on critical economic, social, spiritual and political issues affecting Israel, America, and the world. He focuses on confronting Israel de-legitimization and addressing the national security issues of oil dependency by advancing alternative energy development. His goal is to help free the world from the economic and political chokehold of OPEC oil and to disable the funding of international terror.

Israel's Green Technology for Saving the World

Few people know that it is Israel's strategic imperative to bring an end to global oil dependency. Few people know that Israel leads the world in innovative technologies for defeating oil. Learn about the little known story of what the Jewish State is doing to improve and even save the world from the ill effects of foreign energy dependency.

Israel Forum: Hot-Button Issues Facing the Zionist Dream

Zvi Block, Ruth Broyde Sharone, Jonathan Jacoby, Kenneth Kaufman, Daryl Temkin

In a lively exchange of ideas and opinions, a distinguished panel discusses some of the most pressing issues facing Israel today and offers insights on how we can discuss and respond to them. The forum highlights varying approaches, to provoke analysis of strong and weak points in the diverse perspectives, and to encourage consideration of ways to reconcile the differences. The format welcomes participation from the audience, challenges people to think beyond their own framework and positions, and aims to provide a model for constructive community discourse. Potential issues to be discussed include land for peace; prisoner swaps; settlement towns, disengagement, and expulsion; balancing ethnic, religious, gender and political rights and tolerance; human rights and social-class disparity; and the religious and secular division.

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