David Horovitz is the founding editor of The Times of Israel, a current affairs website based in Jerusalem that launched in February 2012. He was formerly the Editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post. One of Israel’s most astute journalists and commentators, he spoke to Fathom about how Israel can start to win the war for global public opinion in a new media age, the implications for Israel of the momentous events of the Arab Spring, and the threat to Israel from the Iranian regime.
Listen to an extended audio only version of the interview

1. Why did you set up The Times of Israel?

2. What is the nature of the threat to Israel from Iran?

3. Why is Israel losing in the court of international public opinion?

4. How are new social media shaping the battle of the narratives about Israel?

5. What can Israel learn from the media reporting of the deaths on the Mavi Marmara in 2010?