At Jerusalem's Hilton Hotel, politicians and scientists attended on Monday (2 July) a symposium on "International Terrorism".
At Jerusalem's Hilton Hotel, politicians and scientists attended on Monday (2 July) a symposium on "International Terrorism". Delegates from the United States, Canada, Britain, Holland, Italy and Israel discussed the threat terrorism poses to democratic societies. The conference is held under the auspices of Israel's Jonathan Institute -- named after the commander in charge of Israel's raid on Entebbe. It is intended to mobilise public opinion and to persuade hesitant governments to adopt effective measures against international terrorism.
SYNOPSIS: The first speaker was Israeli Prime Minister, Menachem Begin, who called international terrorism a threat to democracy.
Israeli Labour leader Shimon Peres listened to British M.P. Hugh Fraser.
United States Senator, Henry Jackson.