Professor Haim Bresheeth-Zabner is Professorial Research Associate at SOAS, London; he is a filmmaker, photographer and a film-studies scholar. His books include the best-selling Introduction to the Holocaust (with Stuart Hood, 3 reprints since 1997; also published in Turkish, Croatian and Japanese. Edited collections include The Gulf War and the New World OrderCinema and Memory: Dangerous Liaisons (Hebrew) 2004, and The Conflict and Contemporary Visual Culture in Palestine & Israel (with Moshe Zimmernan and Shlomo Sand), special issue of Third Text on Palestinian and Israeli Art, Literature, Architecture and Cinema (with Haifa Hammami). His films include the widely-shown State of Danger (1989, BBC2, with Jenny Morgan), London is Burning (2013) and Convivencia at the Turnpike (2015, with Reza Tavakol). Recent films include The Last Honeymoon in Europe (2018, with Yosefa Loshitzky) - a feature length documentary, and The Mind of the Occupier, a feature length documentary (forthcoming, 2021). His latest book An Army Like No Other: How the Israel Defence Forces Made A Nation, is published by Verso, August 2020.