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Tal Heinrich

📍New York City, NY, USA

- What is the latest on the Israeli government's judicial reform plan? What is it exactly? Why is it so controversial?

- What’s happening in the region? Will there be a "mini-deal" with Iran? What are the chances of normalizing ties with Saudi Arabia? Why is China increasing its intervention in the Middle East lately?

- - How is the crisis affecting the relationship with the United States? Through what lens are Israelis following the 2024 presidential race?

Antisemitism, Middle Eastern Relations, US-Israel Relations, Media


Tal Heinrich is an Israeli journalist and news anchor based in New York. She reports and provides analysis on U.S. politics and foreign affairs for Israel's Channel 14, Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) and writes about the Middle East for ALL-ISRAEL-NEWS. She previously anchored the daily primetime show ‘Crossroads’ on i24NEWS from Times Square and covered the United Nations as a correspondent.

Back in Israel, she produced for CNN International from the network’s Jerusalem bureau and contributed content during the 2014 war between Israel and Gaza, the 2015 re-election of Benjamin Netanyahu, and the terror wave known as the “Knife Intifada”.

In 2013, Tal worked as parliamentary assistant at the German Bundestag as part of its flagship International fellowship program. She is fluent in English, Hebrew, Arabic and German.

Tal holds a B.A. in Arabic literature and history, and a master’s degree in Contemporary Middle Eastern Studies.

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