Ishmael Khaldi (born 1971) is the first Bedouin vice consul of Israel and the first high ranking Muslim diplomat in the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Khalidi, born a Bedouin, began working for the Israeli Foreign Ministry in 2004 and in 2009 he was appointed as policy advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs Avigdor Lieberman, and has worked his way up in diplomatic circles. Khalidi represents the Bedouin community in Israel, acting for equal rights, education, and involvement in local society. He will be speaking on the relationship between the Jewish community and the Bedouins, and how the Jewish State can be beneficial to his people. So don’t miss it!
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