Neta Livneh
Yedioth Ahronoth Editor-in-Chief Neta Livneh
Photo: Yedioth Ahronoth
Al-Ittihad editor-in-chief Hamad  Alkaabi
Al-Ittihad Editor-in-Chief Hamad Alkaabi
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EXCLUSIVE: Israeli and Emirati newspaper editors share messages of peace

Opinion: Writing in both Hebrew and Arabic, the editors-in-chief of Israel's Yedioth Ahronoth and the United Arab Emirates' Al-Ittihad express their delight at the new relationship between the two nations as they make history together

Neta Livneh, Hamad Alkaabi |
Published: 09.16.20 , 17:19
As Israel and the United Arab Emirates celebrate their newfound partnership, the editors-in-chief of two of their respective country's largest media outlets add their own voices of hope for the future as they address the readers of the other's newspaper.
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  • Addressing Emirati readers, Yedioth Ahronoth Editor-in-Chief Neta Livneh writes:
    "Hopefully, very soon you will be all able to come to Israel and visit holy Jerusalem, lively Tel Aviv, the Dead Sea, Masada, and countless other historic, beautiful sites that our country has to offer." Read the full opinion piece here
    The two articles as they appear in Hebrew

    Addressing Israeli readers, Al-Ittihad Editor-in-Chief Hamad Alkaabi writes:
    "The UAE, in these defining historical moments, has opened a new window for peace, and sent a strong message through which it has chosen to complete its humanitarian message away from hatred and the cycles of violence." Read the full opinion piece here
    The two articles as they appear in Arabic

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