Introduction: Rachel Avraham
7:00pm—-Esther Ha-Levi speaks about “How Armenia repressed the Jewish community and how the Khojaly Genocide affected Jews” (online)
7:10pm—Rabbi Zamir Isayev will speak about Khojaly from a Jewish religious perspective and offer a prayer for the victims (online)
7:20pm—Irina Tsukerman will speak about the Khojaly genocide from a human rights and international legal perspective (online)
7:30pm—-Anastasia Lavrina will discuss how Armenians repressed non-Christians in Karabakh and how the Khojaly genocide affected non-Armenian Christians (online)
7:40pm—-Ayoob Kara speaks about the potential for strong Azerbaijani Israeli relations, the role that Azerbaijan can play in the Abraham Accords and the role that Israel can play in helping Azerbaijan to rebuild the Karabakh region. He will also discuss his experience in Azerbaijan and how horrible the Khojaly genocide was, and will speak of parallels to the Jewish Holocaust.
8:10pm—-Rachel Avraham speaks about the history of the Khojaly Genocide, why it has significance for Jewish people, and how Azerbaijan rose from the ashes of the Khojaly Genocide to become a thriving nation today. She will discuss what she saw recently in Karabakh, as an indication for what happened in Khojaly. She will also discuss what she saw in Baku and the Red City, citing it as an example of what Karabakh can become in the future.
8:40pm—–Dr. Mordechai Kedar will speak about how positive Azerbaijani Israeli relations can influence developments in the greater Middle East.
9:10pm—Lev Spivak will speak about the Khojaly Genocide and its relevance for today
Moderator: Rachel Avraham