In this edition of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Michael Springmann, an author and former US diplomat, from Washington, and William Morris, the secretary general of the Next Century Foundation, from London, to discuss Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s anti-Iran allegation of secretly working to develop nuclear weapons.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip plan a six-week-long protest to call for the return of Palestinian refugees to their homes after the creation of Israel in 1948.
On the Syrian military’s downing of an F-16 Israeli jet, which had crossed into Syrian airspace.
Majed Etwijiri and Edward Tebbutt are Interns at the Next Century Foundation who both share a strong interest in the Middle East. They discuss Libya, Nationalism, and Religion.
Eppie Parker and Ed Tebbutt from the Next Century Foundation talk on Secularism, on the states of Israel and Palestine, and on Xenophobia:
Sheikh Ghassan Manasra, Dr Anna Less and David Less are the co-founders of the Abrahamic Reunion. They will be discussing Sufism, the Abrahamic Reunion and ways forward for the Holy Land.
Professor Roger and Dr Monica Spooner, co-founders of the Balfour Project on the one hundredth anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, talk on the history of the Palestine-Israel conflict, on the Balfour Project, and on prospects for peace.
Palestinian author, Maher Dabbah, speaks on the Arab Initiative, Two-State Solutions and the Role of the International Community.
British-Palestinian Campaigner for Women’s Rights, Ahlam Akram, talks on Religion, the Peace Process, and Gender Equality.
Palestinian activist, Mona Al-Ghussein, speaks on Gaza, Inequality and the Future of Peace.