Liam Hoare


Was Eichmann Trial 'Most Important TV Event'?

By Liam Hoare

Was Eichmann Trial 'Most Important TV Event'?
More than almost any other event, it was the trial of Adolf Eichmann that, in 1961, brought the Holocaust into the public consciousness of the world. In both Europe and Israel, the trial marked the beginning of the end of a period, immediately after the Second World War, when the Holocaust was deliberately ignored and forgotten. The cause of the change: the medium of television.Read More


Are 45% of Brits Really Anti-Semitic? Not So Fast.

By Liam Hoare

British Jewish demand “Zero Tolerance for Anti-Semitism” at a London rally / Getty Images Read More


What Tim Willcox's Paris Question Says About BBC

By Liam Hoare

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WATCH: Susan Sontag's Panned and Banned Israel Documentary

By Liam Hoare

WATCH: Susan Sontag's Panned and Banned Israel Documentary
In October and November 1973, during and shortly after the Yom Kippur War, Susan Sontag travelled to Israel to make a documentary film entitled “Promised Lands.” The movie constituted a mere coda in the recent HBO documentary about her life and work, “Regarding Susan Sontag”, which as Gabe Friedman noted in his review “leaves out a detailed discussion of her work.” Since “Promised Lands” is the principle testament by which Sontag’s view of Israel can be judged, it warrants re-watching.Read More


PHOTOS: Warsaw's Graveyard for Gravestones

By Liam Hoare

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