Center for Security Research Events Guest appearance of Mr. Sedrak at the morning program of radio “Lider”

Guest appearance of Mr. Sedrak at the morning program of radio “Lider”

Mr. Rabie W Sedrak, the special advisor for counterterrorism at the Center for Security Research, had a guest appearance at radio “Lider”, where he explained the latest conflict in Israel, and he gave his analysis for the military conflict in the Gaza strip, where we can see that hundreds of people have been killed and injured.

You can watch the whole guest appearance at the following link:

https://fb.watch/5y6nj2Hldu/

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You can watch the whole interview here: