Radio phone-in shows are major platforms for national conversations. While it’s debatable how much we learn from them, they’re unrivalled as vehicles for the public to let off steam.
On Eleftheri Ora’s Antisemitism: “There will be a Journalists’ Union of Athens Daily Newspapers (ESIEA), but it will be as if it does not exist”.
Friday, 04 March 2016 12:47

Today's Europe is not Nazi Germany

While they may frequently be viewed as a scapegoat, there is not a single European country that has introduced race laws discriminating against Muslims. Ronny Naftaniel is astonished that Rachida Aziz would compare their position with that of the Jews "before the War".
Berlin’s Holocaust memorial – at the heart of the city from which the extermination of Europe’s Jews was plotted and managed – will remain forever controversial. That’s its job.
During the Simon Lederman Show, on BBC Radio London on 22 December 2015, a phone-in caller was allowed to rant about antisemitic conspiracy theories without substantial condemnation from the presenter.
“Rabin, the Last Day”, the new film of the Israeli director, Amos Gitai, was premiered this week at the cinema “Le Méliès” in Montreuil, near Paris, in a cine-conference organised by Licra (International League Against Racism and Antisemitism) for Get the Trolls Out! More than 200 people attended the screening, which was followed by a debate with the director, Amos Gitai and the scenarist, Marie-José Sanselme.
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