Post Tagged with: "Israel"

Europe, Film, Israel

Manar and Kareem in "Junction 48" (© Dig The Movie LLC 2016)

Brothers and Others: Israel-Palestine in “Junction 48″

Udi Aloni’s “Junction 48″ won this year’s Berlinale Panorama Audience Award. Is Israel-Palestine standing at an important crossroads in its history? An interview

02/03/2016 ×

Europe, Israel, Politics

"Made in Illegality" — fruits and beauty products coming from Israeli settlements (photo: Anne Paq,

Labelling Settlement Products: Economic or Symbolic Pressure?

Benjamin Netanyahu might be right— the European Union indeed “singles out” Israel by its recent labelling guidelines. But maybe not exactly the way he thinks.

25/11/2015 ×

Europe, Israel, Politics

Netanyahu at the 37th World Zionist Congress

Bibi’s Ghosts are Europe’s too

On Netanyahu’s use of history to deny the Israeli-Palestinian conflict its political status and history’s consequences for the European Union’s involvement in the region

05/11/2015 ×

Israel, Politics

Ariel Sharon photographed in 2005 shortly before his stroke. Photograph: Gali Tibbon/AFP/Getty Images

Sharon’s Turn

Almost all of the obituaries on Ariel Sharon, use the controversiality cliché and fall into the conceptual trap of a political and ethical turn ascribed to almost all renowned Israeli politicians. However, Sharon had a controversiality of a “bulldozer” a nickname that much better describes his legacy.

12/01/2014 ×

Israel, Media, Politics

מטוסי הקרב הישראלים מעל אושוויץ ומה זה אומר כיום

מטוסי הקרב הישראלים מעל אושוויץ ומה זה אומר כיום

חשוב לזכור גם ביום השואה, ואולי במיוחד ביום השואה, שהתמונות ממסכי הכוונת של מטוסי הקרב הישראלים שמגיעות לחדשות כיום לא מראות מחנות השמדה, אלא בדרך כלל מחנות פליטים וריכוזי אוכלוסיה תחת משטר צבאי מתוצרתנו. אם מראים לנו תמונות של מחנה השמדה דרך הכוונת של מטוס קרב ישראלי, על מה אנו […]

08/04/2013 ×

Film, Politics

I kóri | The Daughter
Berlinale Forum 2013
Greece/Italy 2012
Direction: Thanos Anastopoulos
Savina Alimani, Yorgos Symeonidis

Ready to act – Berlinale 2013 on youth dealing with the economic crisis

The recent years has made us almost numb to seeing politicians around the globe in their seemingly ceaseless efforts to address the lingering economic crisis which is ready to encircle ever more countries. Intergovernmental agreements are being worked out and then, finally, met. Banks and financial structures are saved and […]

20/02/2013 ×