Anna Beltzer will be the keynote speaker at CAIR Oklahoma's annual banquet on March 20th at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Beltzer claims to be a Jewish American but in reality she is a mouthpiece for anti-Israeli Islamists, it seems to me.
The Muskogee Public Library is featuring Dr. Don Betz in their Great Decisions series.
...“Dr. Betz has a loyal following here in Muskogee; many of our Great Decisions participants have attended since the first program, and they look forward to the programs in part because Dr. Betz has been a constant presenter,” Bryant said (Jan Bryant, head librarian)..."
Betz spoke on The United States and Rising Powers” on February 23rd. He will also speak on “Afghanistan/Pakistan;” on March 31 and on April 7th, Betz will speak on “Egypt in the 21st Century.”
Folks from Muskogee would probably like to know Dr. Don Betz was the keynote speaker for the controversial Islamic organization, CAIR-OK, at last year's annual fund-raising banquet in Oklahoma City. At the time, he was introduced as the chancellor at the University of Wisconsin even though he had been named the new President of NSU weeks before. The press release also stated he was the chancellor at the University of Wisconsin. No mention was made of his new appointment.
CAIR was named an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation Terror Funding trial in 2007. Nihad Awad, who was also at the dinner, is pictured at the left speaking next to the Hezbollah flag in 2002. AT the even, a picture of Dr. Betz was taken standing next to Awad.
So, it is not surprising that Dr. Betz would be discussing Middle East issues.
Dr. Don Betz, chancellor of the University of Wisconsin, addressed the crowd as the keynote speaker. He spoke about the need to work together and become civically engaged because the challenges we face will be far more difficult on our own.
“The call tonight to civic engagement is intense and important and each one of us can look across the table and say that is a job for someone else to do but I can tell you that there is no better work to be done by education, by organizations like this, or by our families and groups than to raise productive, creative, ethical and engaged citizens and leaders. It is important that if you do not engage civically then the results you speak of do not occur,” said Dr. Betz..."