Dyana Shaloufi-Rizek is the director of the Museum in Wahat al Salam ~ Neve Shalom, a village inhabited by Israelis and Palestinians willing to coexist peacefully. On 31 May she will be honouring the members of a Circassian village in the Caucasus who rescued 32 Jewish children in the Holocaust.
Interview with prof. David Simon, Director of the Genocide Studies Project at the University of Yale. We covered the ISIS threat, the doctrine of "Responsibility to Protect" and the latest developments in the studies about Armenia, Cambodia and Rwanda. With a wish: that US students plant trees in their faculty campuses.
We interviewed Yair Auron, professor at the Open University and co-founder of Gariwo-Israel, on the ceremony of next 4 November in the Garden of the Righteous of Neve Shalom to commemorate the Turks who rescued the Armenians, the Armenians who rescued the Jews and the Palestinians and Jews who rescued people of the enemy nation in the Middle-Eastern conflict.
Interview with Dyana Shaloufi-Rizek, director of the Museum of Neve Shalom-Wahat el Salam, about the "intifada of knives", the agreement between Jordan and Israel and the ceremony of 4 November in honour of the Ottomans who rescued the Armenians in 1915.