BICOM is delighted to invite you to a webinar with veteran Israeli journalist Ehud Yaari to discuss where the latest escalation leaves Israel, Hamas and the Palestinian Authority, what the conflict means for Israel’s relations with Arab countries and wider implications for the Middle East as a whole.
The leading Middle East commentator for Israel’s Channel 12 News and former associate editor of Jerusalem Report, Ehud Yaari has been a Middle East commentator for Israeli television since 1975. Among his numerous awards for journalism are the Israeli Press Editors-in-Chief prize for coverage of the peace process with Egypt, the Sokolov Prize for coverage of the Lebanon War, and the Israel Broadcasting Award for coverage of the Gulf War. He is the Israel-based Lafer international fellow of The Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
He is also the author of eight books on the Arab-Israeli conflict, including Fatah (Sabra Books, 1971); Egypt’s Policy Towards Israel in the Fifties (1974); A Guide to Egypt (1982); The Year of the Dove, co-authored with Ze’ev Schiff and Eitan Haber (Bantam, 1979); Israel’s Lebanon War, co-authored with Ze’ev Schiff (Simon and Schuster, 1984); and Intifada, co-authored with Ze’ev Schiff (Simon and Schuster, 1990).
The webinar will take tomorrow, Wednesday, 26 May at 1:00pm (UK time).
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