Peacebuilding in the Middle East: Removing the threat of weapons of mass destruction
The Middle East is suffering from the worst upheaval in decades, whether it's a result of civil and regional conflicts, anti-government protest movements or economic and environmental crises. The big question for the international community now is how to remove the threat of weapons of mass destruction from the equation – that's nuclear, chemical and biological arms. The role of the Middle East Treaty Organization is to do exactly that. Its director Emad Kiyaei joins us to tell us more.
Meanwhile, Gaza is in need of reconstruction, humanitarian aid and economic recovery, after the impoverished coastal territory was pounded by Israeli air strikes in an 11-day war. We take a closer look.
And we bring you a report on an Arabic-language animated feature, "Alephia 2053", which has taken the streaming world by storm.
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