Exclusive interview with Danny Ayalon

This Sunday 20 Questions will host Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon so start submitting questions now.

By DEBORAH DANAN
January 13, 2011 16:20
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Danny Ayalon

Danny Ayalon 311. (photo credit: Ariel Jerozolimski/The Jerusalem Post)

 
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On January 16, Danny Ayalon will be with us in the studio answering your questions. Being a man of many hats, Ayalon is an expert on a broad range of subjects. His impressive list of achievements includes being the chief foreign policy adviser to former PM Ariel Sharon, ambassador to the US for 4 years, and chairman of Nefesh B'Nefesh. The Israel Beiteinu MK currently serves as Israel's deputy foreign minister.


As well as playing a key role in the road map for peace negotiations between former PM Ariel Sharon and former president George Bush, Ayalon was also a staunch defender of the 2005 disengagement from Gaza.

More recently, Ayalon voiced fears over a nuclear-armed Iran, commenting that an "Iranian reactor constitutes a danger to the entire region and to world peace in general." He also emphasized that in the case of imminent threat from Iran, "Israel will respond accordingly."

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