Dmitry Radyshevsky

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Dmitry Radyshevsky "received his BA in journalism from Moscow State University, his Master of Theological Studies degree from Harvard University and his PhD from the Hebrew University (Jerusalem).

"Born in Moscow, Mr. Radyshevsky worked as a religion writer for Moscow News and a senior foreign correspondent for The Jerusalem Report.

"After being invited in 1991 to US as a visiting journalist for an internship with TIME Magazine, Mr. Radyshevsky served as an Assistant Editor of the Russian project at New York Times, and then, for six years, was the New York Bureau Chief of Moscow News.

"Having made Aliyah (repatriation) from US to Israel in 1999, Mr. Radyshevsky headed the The Michael Cherney Foundation to Aid Terror Victims (www.cherfund.org) and serves as a CEO of The Jerusalem Summit, an international forum, established in 2003 (www.jerusalemsummit.org) Dr. Radyshevsky is an author of several fiction and non-fiction books. His latest are: "Universal Zionism" (Ivrus, Israel, 2006), "The Jerusalem Alternative" (Balfour Books, 2005), "Babylon and Jerusalem: the Middle East Conflict in the Light of the Bible" (MCF, Tel-Aviv, 2003), "Mantra" (Penguin Putnam Inc., New York, 2002), "Dolphinarium: Terror Targets the Young" (MCF, Tel-Aviv, 2002)." [1]

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