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Webinar on The Alleged Attack on Al Aqsa

 

UKLFI Charitable Trust hosted a webinar on The Alleged Attack on Al Aqsa, with Adv. Yifa Segal,  International Director of UKLFI and Natasha Hausdorff on Sunday 8th May.

Is Al Aqsa really being threatened? Are any legal rights being violated? Who holds the legal responsibility and what is it exactly?  The recent events on the Temple Mount have, once again, managed to attract vast international attention. However, despite its significance, a true, in-depth, legal and factual debate has not been conducted.

Yifa Segal, UKLFI’s International Director and Natasha Hausdorff UKLFI Charitable Trust’s Legal Director  discussed these issues.

More about the speakers:

Yifa Segal is International Director of UKLFI. She was previously the Chief of Staff of the Ambassador of Israel to the United States. In 2015 she established the International Legal Forum (ILF) and was Chair and CEO of the organization until leaving for Washington DC. In 2013-2014, Segal was the Joint Director of TPS, an Israeli news agency disseminating news reports and footage in real-time from Israel to media outlets across the world. Before 2013, Ms. Segal was a legal team member at the Israel Law Centre, Shurat Hadin. She has a Law Degree from University of Haifa and an MA in International Relations Tel Aviv University.

 

 

Natasha Hausdorff is a barrister at 6 Pump Court Chambers, and a frequent speaker on International Law. She has a law degree from Oxford University, qualified as a solicitor at Skadden, and subsequently gained an LLM from Tel Aviv University, focusing on public international law and the law of armed conflict.  She clerked for Miriam Naor, former President of Israel's Supreme Court and was a Fellow at Columbia Law School's National Security Program. Natasha is legal director  of UKLFI Charitable Trust.

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