Dr. Anat Berko, a world-renowned terrorism expert whose research focuses on suicide bombers and their handlers (first hand research), conducts research for Israel’s Counter-Terrorism Team and Israel’s National Security Council, and serves as an advisor to senior government officials.
Richard Cravatts is a professor at Simmons College and the author of the book Genocidal Liberalism: The University’s Jihad Against Israel. He has published over 350 articles, op-ed pieces, columns, and chapters in books on campus anti-Semitism, campus free speech, terrorism, Constitutional law, Middle East politics, real estate, and social policy
Alan Dershowitz is an attorney, Harvard law professor, author, advocate for Israel and civil rights.
Dr. Mordechai Kedar, the Director of the Center for the Study of the Middle East and Islam and a lecturer in the Department of Arabic at Bar-Ilan University in Israel, is one of Israel's leading figures in understanding the Arab world. He is the Middle East analyst for the daily newspaper “Makor Rishon” as well as other publications.
Dr. Kontorovich is a professor at Northwestern University School of Law, and an expert in constitutional and international law.
Richard Landes is a professor of medieval history at BU. His work focuses on the role of religion in shaping and transforming the relationships between elites and commoners in various cultures, in particular the impact of "demotic religiosity" which prizes equality before the law, dignity of manual labor, and access to sacred texts and divinity for all believers.
Laurel Leff is an Associate Professor of Journalism at Northeastern University and a specialist on the New York Times coverage of the Holocaust.
Professor Michael Leitner has lectured at several institutions on the subject of peace education sports programs for Jewish and Arab youth.
Dr. Matthew Levitt is a director of The Washington Institute's Stein Program on Counterterrorism and Intelligence, has worked as an analyst for the FBI and testified before the Senate and House on matters relating to international terrorism. He is the author of several books and has taught at Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Judea Pearl is the founder of the Daniel Pearl Foundation, named after his slain son.
Asaf Romirowsky is an adjunct scholar at the Foundation for Defense for Democracies, and the Middle East Forum, a Philadelphia-based think tank headed by scholar Daniel Pipes. He is a former IDF International Relations liaison officer in the West Bank and to Jordan.
Dr. Singh lectures on the dual-identity of Indian-Israeli Jews and the history and relations of the Indian Jewish communities in India and Israel. She focuses on Israel as a diverse and accepting place.
Gerald Steinberg is President of NGO Monitor and Professor of Political Studies at Bar Ilan University, consultant to the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and a renowned scholar and public speaker on Middle East issues.
Dr. Daryl Temkin is the founder and director of the, Israel Education Institute and the Israel Institute for Alternative Energy Advancement.
Eric Trager, the Esther K. Wagner Fellow at The Washington Institute, is an expert on Egyptian politics and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. He was in Egypt during the 2011 anti-Mubarak revolts and returns frequently to conduct firsthand interviews with leaders in Egypt's government, military, political parties, media, and civil society. His writings have appeared in numerous publications, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Foreign Affairs, theAtlantic, and the New Republic.
Gil Troy is Professor of History at McGill University, a Visiting Scholar at the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, DC and a Shalom Hartman Research Fellow in Jerusalem. A graduate of Harvard College and Harvard University, he is the author of six books on American history.