Whose Land? Webinar

With :

  • Colonel (res.) Richard Kemp

  • Host - Dr David Adler

  • Andrew Tucker - The Hague Initiative for International Cooperation

  • Hugh Kitson - Director and Producer, "Whose Land"


  • Alan Freedman

Meet the experts from the set of "Whose Land" for a fascinating discussion on the state Israel, international law, counter arguments and historical events which paved the way to Israel as we know it


Hugh Kitson

Hugh Kitson has been making documentary films for close to 50 years. He has more than 200 production credits and over a dozen international awards behind him. For the last 20 years he has been focused on making documentaries about Israel. His latest production is the two-part documentary “Whose Land?” hosted by Colonel Richard Kemp. The first part, featuring the San Remo Resolution of 1920, was premiered in 2017 to mark the centenary of the Balfour Declaration. The second part, focusing on Israel’s legal rights in Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria, is still in production.


Colonel (res.) Richard Kemp

Colonel (res.) Richard Kemp In a 30-year career in the British Army Colonel Richard Kemp served in many of the world’s hotspots completing 14 operational tours of duty including in Northern Ireland, Iraq, Afghanistan and the Balkans. He led an intelligence assessment team in the Cabinet Office responsible for briefing the Prime Minister and Cabinet ministers on international terrorism from 2002 - 2007. Concurrently he chaired the COBRA Intelligence Group. Since leaving the forces he has worked in private security and is now a writer, media commentator, public speaker and consultant on terrorism, security, defence and intelligence. He has worked closely with the IDF, Israeli government and intelligence services. He was present in Israel during the Gaza conflicts and defended the IDF’s military operations at four emergency debates in the UN Human Rights Council.


Andrew Tucker

Andrew Tucker is an Australian-born international lawyer based in The Netherlands. He is co-founder of The Hague Initiative for International Cooperation (thinc.). Thinc. promotes the fair and just application of international law to Israel, the Jewish people, and the Israel/Palestine conflict. Through research and publications, education, advice and the provision of information, thinc. assists politicians and policy-makers and others to make informed decisions on the fair and non-discriminatory application of international law to the Israel-Palestine conflict, and, in doing so, to promote the peaceful resolution of disputes based on UN Charter principles such as the sovereign equality of states, friendly relations between nations, and the Rule of Law.