Israel and the Arab world – Jerusalem Studio 575

One election down and two or three to go – that is the score as US President Joe Biden gets used to sleeping above his new Oval Office, the political campaign in Israel heats up, Iran prepares its own presidential contest and Palestinian Authority head Mahmud Abbas also declares his decision to put his own position and his parliament up for a vote.
This is certainly a time of transition, of choosing leaders and of getting used to a mix of old and new faces.
It is also the right moment to take stock and consider Israel’s position vis-a-vis the Arab world.
Panel:
– Jonathan Hessen, Host.
– Amir Oren, Analyst.
– Dr. Nir Boms, Research Fellow, Moshe Dayan Center at Tel Aviv University.

One thought on “Israel and the Arab world – Jerusalem Studio 575

  1. The reorientation of the Israel-Arab axis in the Greater Middle East is a ray of hope that no one, outside the inner core, would have dreamed possible 10 years ago. A people’s peace will require open exchange and tourism between Israel and her neighbors. How wonderful would it be to have Bahrainis, Egyptians, Jordanians, visiting our museums, and drinking coffee in our cafes where there could be open exchange between every day people. We are blessed by youth. A new generation without their parents’ idees fixes and systemic suspicion and distrust, will be welcome to all of us who look forward to communication on a human level between the children of Abraham, who may be half-brothers and sisters at best, but of the same family of History.

    Watching these panels makes me believe strongly that this is really possible.

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