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Feb 9

4:30 p.m. @ James J. Johnson Auditorium

Java Jabber

Ethical Issues in the Middle East

4:30 p.m. | Johnson Auditorium
Wall 116

This discussion features reflections from Samih Baalbaki, instructor for the CCU Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, about the status of ISIS based on his personal insights on the Middle East. Baalbaki was born and raised in Lebanon and spent 17 years in the Middle East before retiring to America in 2012. During his time in the region, he gained insight into the Middle East through his observations of the social and religious aspects of day-to-day life. Questions covered include: Has ISIS been defeated? Is it realistic to expect a military victory over ISIS? What role will ISIS play in the Middle East if it no longer controls territory?

Presented by: The Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values

Free and open to the public.

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