Bernard-Henri Lévy


Bernard-Henri Lévy is a philosopher, activist, and filmmaker. His film Peshmerga, a special selection at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, portrayed the struggle along the thousand-mile front line separating the Kurds from the Islamic State. His subsequent film La Bataille de Mossoul explored the fight to retake the city. His most recent book is The Genius of Judaism, and his New York Times best-sellers include American Vertigo, Barbarism With a Human Face, and Who Killed Daniel Pearl?
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Iraqi Kurdish demonstrators wave the Kurdish flag during a protest demanding for the independence of Kurdistan outside the United Nations offices in Arbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region, on August 23, 2014. About 700,000 Iraqis have gathered in the Kurdish north after being driven from their homes by jihadist Islamic State (IS) fighters, the UN said as it stepped up a massive aid operation to the region. AFP PHOTO / SAFIN HAMED        (Photo credit should read SAFIN HAMED/AFP/Getty Images)
Iraqi Kurdish demonstrators wave the Kurdish flag during a protest demanding for the independence of Kurdistan outside the United Nations offices in Arbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region, on August 23, 2014. About 700,000 Iraqis have gathered in the Kurdish north after being driven from their homes by jihadist Islamic State (IS) fighters, the UN said as it stepped up a massive aid operation to the region. AFP PHOTO / SAFIN HAMED (Photo credit should read SAFIN HAMED/AFP/Getty Images)