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Linda Menuhin Abdul Aziz: How One Woman's Tragic Quest Opened the Door for Iraqi-Israeli Reconciliation

12th October @ 17:00 - 18:00



In this series, Dr Merav Rosenfeld-Hadad will interview four fascinating and successful Middle Eastern women who will share their views on diplomacy and journalism, family and social life, food and the arts, and cross denominational relationships.

In this first episode, Linda Menuhin Abdul Aziz, a journalist and advisor for the Institute of Israeli Digital Media in Arabic, will be talking on Iraqi-Israeli reconciliation.

Linda Menuhin Abdul Aziz, journalist and commentator, is an Israeli peace activist born in Iraq who has managed to reshape her future, rising from an Iraqi refugee who lost her father to building a successful career and mostly setting an example of tolerance and building bridges between people. Currently, she is a consultant with The Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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