Internationally known historian and author Dr. Ilan Pappé is a native son of Israel and a former senior lecturer of history and political science at Haifa University. Since 2008 he has been on the faculty at the University of Exeter, U.K. The author of 12 books, Dr. Pappé is well known for his scholarship and commentary on the Middle East, especially the history of Israel and Palestine. His most recent publication is Ten Myths About Israel.. Pappe’s meticulous research examines the socio-political outcomes of the creation and nature of the State of Israel. He traces the roots of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and raises compelling questions around the injustice done to the indigenous Palestinians who were forced to migrate or live as an occupied people in their own land.

Dr. Pappé was joined in conversation by:

Mary Segall, peace activist, international health consultant and 
Chairperson of the Kairos Puget Sound Coalition.

Dr. Alice Rothchild, medical doctor, film maker, educator and author of Condition Critical: Life and Death in Israel/Palestine.

John McKay, former U.S. Attorney, teaches at Seattle University,
was chief of team for the Rule of Law Project in the West Bank 2013-15.

Presented by: Diocese of Olympia, Episcopal Bishop’s Committee for Israel/Palestine with support from Kairos Puget Sound Coalition.

Recorded 5/23/17 at Seattle Town Hall



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Program Details
Episode S6E20
Broadcast Week May 28th 2017
Duration 00:58:00
Audience Rating TV-G
Genre Action
Theme Academic & Education
Language English

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