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    Ada Aharoni on IFLAC Radio: New books, Israeli elections and Prospects for Peace

    In this video interview with IFLAC Radio’s Motti Gerner, Ada Aharoni talks about her two recent books in Hebrew, the poetry collection Harimon (The Pomegranate) and Not in Vain, the story of Thea Wolf, the head nurse at the Jewish Hospital in Alexandria who during the Second World War helped save European Jews. She also talks about the outcome of the Israeli elections and about the open letter IFLAC wrote to Palestinian President Abbas, appealing to him to have Hamas change their Charter. The next open letter from IFLAC will be to the leader of the Israeli Arabs, who according to Aharoni can serve as a bridge between Israel and the Palestinians.

     
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    One Comment on “Ada Aharoni on IFLAC Radio: New books, Israeli elections and Prospects for Peace”

    1. selenedreams says:

      Fantastic interview as it brings out another reality of cooperation and friendship. Peace is possible when we have role models. Thea Wolf was an incredible woman who needs to be remembered. Thank you Ada

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