Second Jerusalem Leaders Summit - Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem | December 19, 2016

A High-Level Event with Leaders from Europe, India, Israel and the United States


Elected members of the US Congress, members of the European Parliament, a distinguished delegation from India and leading figures from within Israel will participate in the second annual Jerusalem Leaders Summit at the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem on December 19, 2016. They will be joined by leaders from business, government, think tanks and media.

The second Jerusalem Leaders Summit provides the first post-US presidential election opportunity for US legislators, leaders from business, think tanks, media and academic circles to affirm Americaʼs strong ties with Israel, and advance U.S.ʼs leadership in foreign policy, security and trade with long-standing partners.

During the Second Jerusalem Leaders Summit, Europe, India, Israel and US's legislators and leaders from business, think tanks and media will gather to discuss joint strategies in the fight against terrorism, strengthening security and advancing trade. The Jerusalem Leaders Summitʼs key topics include strengthening the rule of law, dealing with security threats facing free societies, economic freedom, and Israelʼs contributions of innovation and technology that benefit citizens around the world.

Individuals interested in attending the second annual Jerusalem Leaders Summit, by-invitation only event, can receive their personal invitation by registering at:

First Jerusalem Leaders Summit 2015

The First Jerusalem Leaders Summit, held during November 3-4, 2015 in Jerusalem was launched by the International Leaders Summit, and joined by partners from Europe, US and Israel, including Alliance for Direct Democracy in Europe (ADDE), The Heritage Foundation and The Jerusalem Post. The Summit strategically focused on the economy, investment, trade and security.

2016-12-09-1481303025-9646456-PhotoHanegbiTzachiroundtable.jpg During the special visit to Knesset in 2015, legislators and principled leaders from the U.S., New Zealand and Europe were briefed by Tzachi Hanegbi, head of the Knessetʼs Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, about the security and defense issues in Israel and the Middle East.

Congressman David Brat (Republican); Congressman-Elect Scott Taylor (Republican); Ayelet Shaked, Minister of Justice, State of Israel; Becky Norton Dunlop, The Heritage Foundation, Washington, DC and Trump Transitional Leadership Team; Jeremy Issacharoff, Vice-Director General, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The State of Israel; Natasha Srdoc, Co-Founder, International Leaders Summit and Former Contributor, Economist Intelligence Unit; Joel Anand Samy, Co-Founder, International Leaders Summit; Rev. Chris Edmonds, Advisory Board Member International Leaders Summit, USA, Representing heroic father, Master Sergeant Roddie Edmonds: Recognized as Righteous Among Nations; Jon Medved, Founder/CEO, OurCrowd; Roger Helmer, Member of the European Parliament (UK); Kristina Winberg, Member of the European Parliament, Sweden; Bill Etheridge, Member of the European Parliament, United Kingdom; Ray Finch, Member of the European Parliament, United Kingdom; Sanford Saunders, Co-Managing Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig, Washington, DC; Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President, National Religious Broadcasters; Chris Mitchell, Middle East Bureau Chief, CBN News, Jerusalem, Israel; Mischaël Modrikamen, President of Peoplesʼ Party, Belgium; Yasmine Dehaene, ADDE, Executive Director;  David Weinberg, Lead Columnist, The Jerusalem Post and Director of Public Affairs, Bar-Ilan Universityʼs Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, Israel; Steve Linde, Senior Features Editor, The Jerusalem Post; Manu Nichani, The Nichani Group, India; Krishna Kumar, Serial Entrepreneur and CEO, GreenPepper Digital, India; Gol Kalev, Chairman, America-Israel Friendship Leauge, Freelance Journalist and Commentator, The Jerusalem Post, Jerusalem, Israel