Public lecture by EHUD YAARI – Monday 26 May

Don’t miss the lecture by EHUD YAARI, Senior Commentator for Israel’s Channel 2 TV and expert on Middle Eastern issues. The topic is “Israel at 60: Threatened but Thriving”, organised by The West Australian Institute of Jewish Affairs and The Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council.

Monday 26th May, 2008 at 8:00pm
Jewish Community Centre
Woodrow Avenue, Dianella
Admission:  $5.00

Ehud Yaari has interviewed many Arab and Israeli leaders (including Arafat, King Hussein of Jordan and his son Abdullah, President Mubarak of Egypt, most Israeli prime ministers since Menahem Begin, Bashar al-Assad, Muammar al-Gaddafi and more).

Ehud 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.

Ehud Yaari is also an associate editor of The Jerusalem Report, and author of eight books on the Arab-Israeli conflict, and an associate of The Washington Institute. He is the author of “Toward Israeli-Palestinian Disengagement” and “Peace by Piece: A Decade of Egyptian Policy”. He lectures all around the world in academic institutions.

 

He 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.

 

His articles have appeared in respected newspapers and journals such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Atlantic Monthly.

 

Latest Articles by Ehud Yaari on line:
1. Nasrallah’s Malaise – by Ehud Yaari – Jerusalem Report, October 2, 2006
2. After the Palestinian Elections – by Ehud Yaari – JCPA
3. Fight Delay– inside the Hamas Strategy- by Ehud Yaari – The New Republic