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TV Round table (in Persian): Impact of Israel Elections on Iran

24 Jan
 دوستان در شب انتخابات اسرائیل در برنامه افق شرکت کردم. چند ساعت بعد از رای دادن رفتم اورشلیم و در قسمت شرقی شهر در یک استودیو فلسطینی مصاحبه را انجام دادم.
آنچه بسیار جالب بود در دفتر بغل استودیو من خبرنگار کانال “PRESSTV” رژیم ایران داشت کار میکرد. آقای فلسطینی بسیار محترمی بود.
خودتون میدونید که عقیده من و مردم بیشماری راجع به این کانال چیه. واقعا شرم آور. حتی محتوای یهودی ستیزی هم داره.
برخلاف ان دولت اسرائیل مجوز مطبوعات به این کانال میدهد که بتونه از اسرائیل گزارش بده.
بنظر من بسیار جالب و باعث افتخار است که ما تا این حد در اسرائیل از آزادی بیان برخورداریم. 
 
خوب این هم میز گرد. مثل همیشه دیدگاه من با دیدگاه آقای منشه امیر فرق داشت. ایشون انسان بسیار محترمی هستند، ولی ما از دو نسل مختلف هستیم
دیدگاه ما در مورد منبع مشکلات اسرائیل بسیار فرق داره.

One Response to “TV Round table (in Persian): Impact of Israel Elections on Iran”

  1. yosalov January 25, 2013 at 3:22 am #

    Hi,

    I read you post in googlish,  I saw nothing about the most important issue håppening to an all Jews especially an Iranian Jew. being denied citizenship for something intangible as a thought and you are writing about what??  My case must not and can not be ignored since it affects every Jew including you.

    yosef yomtov

    Israel’s friends in the night I participated in the program horizon. A few hours later I went to vote in the eastern part of the city of Jerusalem and the Palestinian interview I did in the studio. What was very interesting in my studio holding office told Channel “PRESSTV” Iran had worked. Mr. Palestinians were very respectable. You and I know that many people do on this channel. Really a shame. Even the content is anti-Semitism. Contrary to press the Israeli government permission to report from Israel’s Channel could do that. I think it is very interesting and makes us proud that we have so much freedom of expression in Israel.   Well this time round tables. As always, my point of view differs from Mr. menashe Amir said. He is a very honorable man, but we’re from two different generations.

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