Esther Judah is a journalist based in between London, Istanbul and Jerusalem covering the Middle East and North Africa as well as more broadly refugee and migration issues. I speak English and French fluently. Moreover, I have lived in Paris, London and Turkey and have reported on EU affairs and radicalisation in Brussels, Israel/Palestine, Turkey and the Syrian refugee crisis. I have also spent considerable time in Bangladesh covering the Rohingya crisis with the UN. I have previous experience as a print journalist as well as radio and TV live for people such as FRANCE24, FOX news, CBC Radio and Voice of America.
Is Erdogan's Offer to Make Syrian Refugees Citizens a Humanitarian Gesture – or Cynical Ploy? Erdogan's opponents fear naturalizing conservative, Sunni Syrian refugees is being sold as a humanitarian act, but that it's really an electoral tactic to offset the Kurds and keep him in power.
Not Muslim, Not Jewish: Ancient Community in the West Bank Feels Increasingly Israeli: For the 800 Samaritans split between Mount Gerizim in the West Bank and a suburb of Tel Aviv, the younger generation is increasingly being drawn to the Israeli way of life, sparking tensions and fears
A longer reportage on the mother's of terrorists for L'Espresso Italy's largest weekly magazine.