Home Ed: 43: September/2018
Ed: 43: September/2018
You don’t often see perfectly chilled martinis served at conferences in Israel, but the TLV Formats Conference was an event that was out of the ordinary... Hundreds of buyers from television networks around the world came to Tel Aviv to snatch up new Israeli shows
Wellington has yet to condemn Hamas’ rocket attacks or other actions. This has the New Zealand Jewish community and supporters of Israel worried.
History has been deeply unkind to the Jewish communities of the Middle East and North Africa, and so too has the historical record.
Tears for the truth Olfat Mahmoud, who was born in 1958 in a Lebanese refugee camp for Palestinians displaced during the 1948 Arab-Israeli war, visited...
Forty years on, the accords produced during that 13-day summit shine as a ray of light in an otherwise turbulent Middle East.
There are no more than 15 seconds from the moment the rocket warning siren sounds until a projectile impacts on the city, during which residents have to get themselves – and their families – into bomb shelters or reinforced rooms in their homes.
In an election that will feature the same contenders as last time, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and opponent Prabowo Subianto both waited until the August 10 deadline to surprise many with their choice of presidential running mates.
A number of Gulf states are becoming increasingly frustrated by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ refusal to negotiate with Israel according to former Israeli Ambassador...
The importance of the Cairo discussions can be found elsewhere: the shift of the PLO and affiliated organisations towards Hamas.
All this back and forth conceals an entirely predictable outcome given the history of US-Iran interaction: the two sides may yet be heading toward what the mullahs hope will be prolonged and inconclusive negotiations.
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