Peace Poker – Friedenspoker

Recherchereise nach Israel und Palästina im September/Oktober 2000


Sonntag, 24. September – Tel Aviv
17:00 Check-In Hotel Jerusalem Tower, (Kikkar Zion, West-Jerusalem)
17:30 Introduction to the programme by Michael Anthony,
19:00 Abendessen im Hotel Three Arches
mit den deutschen Korrespondenten Inge Günther (FR), Gisela Dachs (Die Zeit), George Szpiro (NZZ)
anschließend: Jerusalem bei Nacht: Blicke vom Ölberg

Montag, 25. September – Jerusalem / Tel Aviv
09:30 Abfahrt nach Tel Aviv
11:00 Peace Poker I – the Government’s View
Shimon Peres, Minister for Regional Cooperation
14:00 Silicon Vadi – Israel’s boomng Computer Industry
David Assia, Magic Software
16:00 Peace Poker II – the Opposition’s view
Salman Shuval, Foreign Policy Spokesman, Likud
19:00 Israelische Medienlandschaft
David Witztum, Channel 1, Redakteur und Moderator der Spätnachrichten

Dienstag, 26. September – Jerusalem / West Bank
09:30 „Jerusalem – United City Divided“
Visit to the Orient House
11:00 „The ABC of the West Bank areas“ – introduction by Galei Zahal West Bank Correspondent Yinon Magal
14:00 „Negotiation stumbling blocks“ – visit to settlement Efrat, Meeting with settler Eli Schulz
15:30 „The ABC of the West Bank areas“ – visit of a joint Israeli-Palestinian Cooperation Army-base near Bethlehem
17:00 Palestinian Media landscape
Reception with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation – Get together with Palestinian journalists
Nightlife Ramallah

Mittwoch, 27. September – Jerusalem
11:00 „Healing the Holocaust-traumata of survivors“
Natan Durst, AMCHA
14:00 „Secular Soul of the Nation“ – visit to Yad Vashem
Individual tour
17:00 „Orthodox Colours“ – visit of ultra-orthodox neighbourhood Mea Sha’arim
18:00 „Different Shadows of Orthodox Culture“
Zvi Haaretz, Teacher and former ultra-orthodox Jew

Donnerstag, 28. September – Jerusalem / Tel Aviv
09:30 Ephraim Zuroff, Simon Wiesenthal Center
12:00 Parent‘s fate – Israeli-Palestinian Parents circle
14:30 Water Issues
Gideon Bromberg, Ecopeace, Middle Eastern Environmental Initiative
15:45 Deparure to Tel Aviv
16:30 The Shas-party
Meeting with Deri-followers from the Shas-party outside a prison, explanations by Liad Mudrik
18:00 Galei Zahal – Israel’s most popular Radio station
Liad Mudrik, editor
20:00 Reception given by the German Press attache Reinhard Wiemer
Get Together with Israeli journalists
22:00 Nightlife Tel Aviv

Freitag, 29. September – Jerusalem
10:15 „Jerusalem – sorrounded by Jewish Settlements“
Sami Sockol, Alternative Information Center Bethlehem
11:30 „Living on no-men’s land“ – visit to the Bedouhin-tribes near the Jewish Settlement Maleh Adumim outside Jerusalem
14:00 „Himmlisches Jerusalem – Irdisches Jerusalem“
Stadttour mit Jörg Bremer, F.A.Z. Korrespondent
18:30 „Shana Tova!“ – visit to a New Year‘s Service in a Reform Synagogue in Mevasseret

Samstag, 30. September – Gaza
08:00 Departure to Checkpoint Erez
Programme arranged in cooperation with Mohammad Daouas, Stringer for Die Zeit/Frankfurter Rundschau
10:30 „Israeli-Palestinian Industrial Cooperation“ – Visit of the Khani Industrial Parc
12:00 „Peace but not Oslo!“
Sheikh Yassin, spiritual leader of the Hamas
13:30 Lunch
15:00 Peace Poker III – the Palestinian’s View
Dr. Ziad Abu-Amr, Palestinian Council, Director of Paelstinian Studies Institute
16:30 „No right to return“ – visit to a refugee camp
18:30 return to Jerusalem from Erez Checkpoint

Sonntag, 1. Oktober – Galiläa
09:00 Departure to the North
11:30 „Political Asylum in Israel“ – meeting with Lebanese soldiers in Tiberias
14:00 „Arab Citizens of a Jewish State“ – visit of an Arab family
17:00 „Multi-Kulti Israel – Immigration Issues“ – visit of immigrants barracks near Haifa

Montag, 2. Oktober – Totes Meer
Tag zur eigenen Recherche
Fakultativ: Fahrt ans Tote Meer
Fakultativ: Fahrt nach Tel Aviv
19:00 „Warten auf die Friedensdividende“
Günter Weis, Siemens Israel Ltd.

Dienstag, 3. Oktober – Abfahrt
Vormittag zur freien Verfügung
12:00 Abfahrt vom Hotel Jerusalem Tower
15:10 Abflug nach München mit Lufthansa