Posted by on July 23, 2014 in Blog
AAI President Jim Zogby has been commenting on the escalating crisis in Gaza on several networks and programs. You can also read his recent columns, which focus on the ongoing situation, here.
On Sunday, August 11, Dr. Zogby appeared on CNN's Reliable Sources to discuss media bias on Israel and Hamas. Watch:
On Thursday, August 7, Dr. Zogby appeared on C-SPAN's Washington Journal and took questions live regarding the ongoing crisis and AAI's recent poll on attitudes toward Arabs and Muslims. Watch here.
On Friday, August 1, Dr. Zogby joined HuffPost Live to discuss his column on media bias in coverage of Gaza:
On Thursday, July 31, Dr. Zogby appeared on CNN's Erin Burnett OutFront with Dan Senor to discuss the potential ceasefire deal between Hamas and Israel. Watch the exchange:
On Wednesday, July 30, Dr. Zogby was interviewed for BBC World Service Radio's Newsday. "It takes somebody to pull the plug," Dr. Zogby noted. "That's what happend in 1974 with Gerald Ford, that's what Ronald Reagan did...at the end of the Beirut clashes. Israel responds to pressure." Listen to the interview:
On Monday, July 28, Dr. Zogby joined former National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley on CNN's Erin Burnett OutFront to discuss the media's coverage of Gaza.
Dr. Zogby also spoke to Steve Scully with C-SPAN Radio on media coverage over Gaza. Listen to the audio here.
On Thursday, July 24, Dr. Zogby appeared on "Andrea Mitchell Reports" to debate Haaretz columnist Ari Shavit on the ongoing deadly conflict in the Middle East.
On Wednesday, July 23, Dr. Zogby assessed the impact of Secretary of State John Kerry on a ceasefire deal between Israel and Hamas in Gaza on Bloomberg TV with Michelle Dunne, Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment. Watch the interview here.
On Monday, July 21, Dr. Zogby examined Israel's decision to launch a ground offensive in Gaza with the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom's Director Nile Gardiner on Bloomberg TV's “Street Smart.” Watch the interview here.
Dr. Zogby also discussed on Thom Hartmann's "The Bigger Picture" on a panel with J-Street's Alan Elsner.
Watch the full show below: