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ISRAEL AND THE ARABS: ELUSIVE PEACE, Television Documentary Archive

ELUSIVE PEACE: 6/1-4: Filming Questions


ELUSIVE PEACE: 6/1

2004-2005

Points to film and questions for interviews with Israeli interviewees. The questions include research notes, comments and quotes. Some questions were prepared for interviewees for whom there is no transcript or recorded interview. Interviewees include Amihai (Ami) Ayalon, Director, Shin Bet, 1995-2000; Daniel Ayalon, Israeli Ambassador to the US, 2002-2006; Ehud Barak, Prime Minister of Israel, 1999-2001; Shlomo Ben Ami, Minister of Public Security, 1999-2000 and Foreign Minister, 2000-2001; Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, Deputy Prime Minister, 1999-2001 and Defence Minister, 2001-2002; Giora Eiland, Director of Israel’s National Security Council, 2004-2006; Brig Gen Eival Giladi, Gidi Grinstein, Secretary and Coordinator, Israeli negotiation team, 1999-2001; Mike Herzog, military secretary to the Defence Ministers, 2001-2004; Joseph (Tomy) Lapid, Minister of Justice and Deputy Prime Minister, 2003-2006; Amnon Lipkin-Shahak, Chief of Staff, Israeli Army, 1995-1999, Minister of Tourism, 1999 and Minister of Transport, 2000-2001; Dan Meridor, Chairman, Foreign Affairs Committee, Knesset, 2000 and Minister without Portfolio, 2001-2003; Shaul Mofaz, Chief of Staff, Israeli Army, 1998-2002 and Defence Minister, 2002-2006; Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, 1996-1999 and Minister of Finance, 2003-2005; Shimon Peres, Prime Minister, 1995-1996 and Foreign Minister, 2001-2002; Itamar Rabinovich, Israeli Ambassador to the US, 1993-1996; Uri Saguie, negotiator with Syria, 1999-2000; Silvan Shalom, Finance Minister 2001-2003 and Foreign Minister, 2003-2006; Ariel Sharon, Prime Minister of Israel, 2001-2006; Gilead Sher, Israeli Chief Negotiator, 1999-2001; Danny Yatom, security adviser to Ehud Barak, 1999-2001.

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ELUSIVE PEACE: 6/2

Points to film and questions for interviews with Palestinian interviewees. The questions include research notes, comments and quotes. Some questions were prepared for interviewees for whom there is no transcript or recorded interview. Interviewees include Abu Ala’a (also known as Ahmed Qurei), Prime Minister, Palestinian National Authority, 2003-2006; Dr Ziad Abu Amr, Minister of Culture, 2003; Yasser Arafat, President, Palestinian National Authority, 1996-2004; Hassan Asfour, Minister for NGO Affairs, 1999-2002; Mohammed Dahlan, Minister of State for security, 2003; Mohammed Daya, Yasser Arafat’s bodyguard; Saeb Erekat, Minister of Negotiation Affairs, 1996-2003; Salam Fayyad, Palestinian Finance Minister, 2002-2007; Hani Al Hassan, head of Fatah; Ghassan Al-Khatib, Minister of Labour, 2002; Abu Mazen (also known as Mahmoud Abbas), President, Palestinian National Authority, 2005- ; Yasser Abed Rabbo, Minister of Information, 2003-2006; Mohammed Rachid, financial adviser to Yasser Arafat; Jibril Rajoub, Head of Preventative Security Service, West bank, 1994-2002 and national Security Adviser, 2003-2004; Nabil Abu Rudineh, adviser to President Yasser Arafat; Nabil Shaath, Minister of Planning and International Co-operation, 1994-2003 and Foreign Minister, 2003-2005.


ELUSIVE PEACE: 6/3

Points to film and questions for interviews with American interviewees. The questions include research notes, comments and quotes. Some questions were prepared for interviewees for whom there is no transcript or recorded interview. Interviewees include Richard Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State, 2001-2005; Samuel (Sandy) Berger, National Security adviser, 1997-2001; William Burns, Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, 2001-2005; Warren Christopher, US Secretary of State, 1993-1997; William Jefferson (Bill) Clinton, US President, 1993-2001; Gamal Helal, US Arabic translator; Martin Indyk, US Ambassador to Israel, 1999-2001; Dr Flynt Leverett, Senior Director for Middle East Affairs, 2002-2003; Robert Malley, Executive Assistant to the National Security Adviser, 1997-2001; Aaron Miller, deputy special Middle East co-ordinator for Arab-Israeli negotiations, State Department, 1994-2001 and senior adviser on Arab-Israeli negotiations, 2001-2003; Colin Powell, Secretary of State, 2001-2005; Dennis Ross, adviser to Secretary of State, 1997-2001; John Wolf, special envoy to the Middle East, 2003-2004; Gen Antony Charles Zinni, Special Envoy to the Israel and the Palestinian National Authority, 2001-2002.


ELUSIVE PEACE: 6/4

Points to film and questions for interviews with interviewees from the UK, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, France and Norway. The questions include research notes, comments and quotes. Some questions were prepared for interviewees for whom there is no transcript or recorded interview. Interviewees include Tony Blair, UK Prime Minister, 1997-2007; Sir Sherard Cowper-Coles, British Ambassador to Israel, 2001-2003; Alastair Crooke, Special Security Adviser to Javier Solana, European Union High Representative and Head of Foreign and Security Policy, 2000-2003; Michael Abraham Levy, Baron of Mill Hill, British Prime Minister’s personal envoy to the Middle East, 1999-2007; His Majesty King Abdullah II, King of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, 1999- ; Marwan Muasher, Ambassador to Washington, 1997-2002 and Foreign Minister, 2002-2004; HRH Prince Bandar Bin Sultan Bin Abdulaziz, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the USA; HRH Prince Saud Al-Faisal Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud, Foreign Minister, Saudi Arabia; Jacques Chirac, President of France, 1995-2007; Hubert Vedrine, French Foreign Minister, 1997-2002 and Terje Roed-Larsen, UN Special Co-ordinator for the Middle East peace process, 1999-2004.

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