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Gil Tamary is the Washington bureau chief for Israel’s Channel 10 News, and he is known by virtually every Israeli as a top news reporter. He has worked for Israel Broadcasting Authority, Israel Public Radio, and as anchor and chief editor of "Good Morning Israel."

Gil covers a wide range of Middle East issues from the U.S. and conducts exclusive interviews with many dignitaries and political figures, including presidents, secretaries of State, the head of the World Bank and others.

His reporting has spanned from the Camp David Accords in 2000 where he conducted an exclusive interview with President Clinton, the 9/11 story and the Iraq war. During the Bush administration Gil had exclusives interviews with President Bush, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and many more. Covering President Obama‘s election, Mr. Tamary interviewed (then) Senator Barak Obama about his future policy towards Israel and the Middle East.

Also known for his reporting on the Israeli economy, Gil used to serve as International Editor of Forbes - Israel magazine, and Economic editor for Israel TV and the IDF radio and has a writer for “Globes”, Israel’s #1 business newspaper.

Gil has MBA degree from Tel Aviv University, and BA degree with distinction in Economic and Management (also) from Tel Aviv University.
Back in Israel Gil was the anchorman and Chief editor of the popular morning news show “Good Morning Israel”.

His family made aliya to Israel in the 1880’s in the first Zionist immigration wave and established two of the first Jewish “Moshavot” in the Galilee.  Gil is a reserve officer in the IDF.


Lecture Topics:


 Can President Obama solve the Israeli Palestinian conflict?

 Who will stop Iran’s nuclear ambitions?.

 The Israeli Economy – From miracle to reality

 “Fair and Balanced” - Is the world Media biased against Israel?

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