1967 in Focus

1967 in Focus

This week marks the 50th anniversary to the war of 1967, six days that have changed the Middle East as we know it. I was proud to participate in a special project that attempted  to recapture the dramatic moments occurred 50 years ago today and I hope that you will enjoy the results, a series of short –  three  minutes videos – that captures one of the most dramatic periods in Israeli history.  You will also find a special addition on the subject in the below link.

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שלוש תמונות מהתופת שמעבר לגדר

כדי להצליח לאחוז לרגע את עוצמת הטלטלה המתחוללת בסוריה, בחרנו שלושה רגעים. ומה איתנו?ח
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Jerusalem Studio: “Jordan’s role in Middle Eastern Affairs”

Jordan, a Kingdom that, for the most part, kept itself from the ongoing chaos raging in the Middle East, is a country perceived as a vital component to regional stability. In a bid to persevere amid significant challenges, the Jordanian King Abdullah was the first Middle Eastern leader to meet with President Donald Trump, requesting from the new American leader to receive the proper backing to fight against the threats of terror.

Guests:

Dr. Nir Boms; Research fellow, Moshe Dayan center at Tel Aviv University
Lt. Col. (Res) Dr. Reuven Berko, Columnist, Yisrael Hayom daily

Analyst: Amir Oren

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Jerusalem Studio: “Growing tensions amid Iranian violations”

On the 10th of February, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani urged his country’s elite to unite in the face of threats by Washington, since the new US Administration, under President Donald Trump, increasingly demonstrates a new, and tougher range of options to be used against the Islamic Republic, pertaining to Tehran’s ongoing violations.

To discuss the growing tension between the two countries and the implications on the Middle East, I’m join here in the studio by:

Guests:

Dr. Nir Boms, Research Fellow, Moshe Dayan Center – Tel Aviv University
Dr. Ephraim Kam, Senior Researcher – INSS
Analyst: Mr. Amir Oren

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