About the Author
Eli Hertz is the President of Myths and Facts, Inc. a nonprofit organization devoted to research and publication of information regarding U.S. global interests - particularly in the Middle East. Hertz published and sponsored books and articles regarding the Arab-Israeli conflict. Most notably are "Partners for Change, How U.S.-Israel Cooperation Can Benefit America" (1993), "Myths and Facts, a Guide to the Arab-Israeli conflict" (September, 2001 edition), "Reply," a critique that focuses on examination of the ICJ's Advisory Opinion regarding the fence (2006) and "This Land is My Land" the Legal Aspects of Jewish Rights to the Land of Israel (2008).
Hertz is also a recognized pioneer in the personal computer industry. He has authored and published many technology-related articles and books. Marketing Computers, an ADWEEK magazine, stated "Hertz is a barometer for the future." Hertz is actively involved in numerous international, industry and community associations and panels, and devotes a great deal of time and resources to charity.
Hertz is active in numerous international, industry and community associations and panels. He also devotes a great deal of time and resources to numerous charitable organizations. His activities and work in advancing charitable contributions and the U.S-Israel relationship has been cited in the United State Congressional Record by many Representatives. Other activities: The Defense Manufacturers & Suppliers Association Of America (Member), The Computer-Based Information System Advisory Board for the City University of New York, Queens College (Board Member), Past U.S. member of the Joint High Level Advisory Panel to the U.S.-Israel Science & Technology Commission - nominated by the White House, Israel-America Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Executive VP), AIPAC, The America Israel Public Affairs Committee (Member of the Executive Council), CAMERA, The Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (Chairman of the Board of Directors), Past Trustee of The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Recipient of ZOA's Justice Louis D. Brandeis Award (2005), and American Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists (Board Member).