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Doc Emet Productions Presents
The Fight of Our Lives
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Peter Jay Sharp Theatre
Tue, May 1, 2018 7:30pm
Expected Run Time is 165 minutes
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Standard : $100/$50/$25
Students : $15 (available in-person)

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"Award-winning director/producer Gloria Z. Greenfield introduces her fourth documentary, The Fight of Our Lives: Defeating the Ideological War Against the West, with the warning that ‘Civilizations, empires, great powers can fall apart very fast. Collapse can come suddenly like a thief in the night.' In the ensuing 64 minutes, Ms. Greenfield's impressive cast of experts present a powerful argument that we in the West are facing a lethal threat to our way of life - to our Western culture and tradition. Whether we acknowledge it or not, we are in the fight of our lives against the greatest challenge of our time.... The Fight of Our Lives should convince you that action is necessary to defeat this clear and present danger. Our children must learn about Western civilization's humanism, Judeo-Christian morality, Enlightenment thought, commitment to separation of church and state, human rights, freedom of speech and religious diversity. The Fight of Our Lives reminds us that if we don't renew our ‘moral confidence' in our heritage, we will lose the fight." - Ziva Dahl | Daily Wire

The cast, in order of appearance, include Niall Ferguson, Melanie Phillips, Charles Small, Catherine Chatterley, Philip Carl Salzman, Emanuele Ottolenghi, Victor Davis Hanson, Raheel Raza, Kenneth Marcus, Alan Dershowitz, Gerald Steinberg, Robert Paquette, Allen B. West, Stephen Balch, Jeffrey Herf, Peter Berkowitz, Frederick Krantz, Ibn Warraq, Brooke Goldstein, Tammi Rossman Benjamin, Bruce Thornton. Ruth Wisse, Mark Tapson, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Erick Stakelbeck, Shimon Samuels, Robert Nicholson, Jason Friedman, Tony Crisp, Raymond Ibrahim, and Dan Diker.

In celebration of this New York Premiere, the Algemeiner's editor-in-chief Dovid Efune will serve as Master of Ceremonies and producer/director Gloria Z. Greenfield will present introductory remarks. Following the film, Efune will moderate an engaging discussion with Melanie Phillips (British author and journalist) and Emanuele Ottolenghi, PhD (senior fellow at Foundation for the Defense of Democracies).