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Israel is at war. The terrorist attack by the radical Islamic Hamas is the greatest catastrophe for Israel in recent decades and the temporary, tragic climax of the long-lasting conflict.



The cruel attacks cost the lives of over a thousand civilians. The view of Israel suddenly changed with the war. While a short time ago the focus was on the planned judicial reform of the right-wing conservative and partly right-wing extremist government, and thus the question of whether Israel would still remain a democratic state, attention fluctuates between the poles of unconditional and unrestricted solidarity for Israel and the critical analysis of it the further course of the war and its consequences for Palestinian civilians.


In his book “Threatened Israel,” Avi Primor talks about the warfare waged by Israel and Hamas, and what the future of his homeland may look like. Will there ever be peace in the Middle East?


Avi Primor, born in 1935, was Israeli ambassador to Germany from 1993 to 1999. He is the son of a Dutch emigrant; his mother went from Frankfurt to Tel Aviv in 1932; her entire family was murdered during the Holocaust. Avi Primor now leads a trilateral study program for Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian students at the Center for European Studies he founded at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya in Israel.

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June 2024
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