Linda Abdul Aziz Menuhin is an Israeli journalist born in Iraq, where her father worked as a lawyer. Her father claims that Iraqi security officials kidnapped him in 1972. Menuhin herself fled to Israel through Iran in 1970.
Menuhin’s activity after the occupation of Iraq began in the United States in 2003, where she had written a documentary entitled “Shadow In Baghdad”, in which she tells the story of her father’s alleged kidnapping.
Arab/Israeli normalization activist
Menuhin has heavily promoted the recognition of the Israeli occupation by Arab regimes in her writings, speeches and posts on social media.1
On the German-funded Qantara website, Menuhin has written many stories and reports promoting the “normalization” of ties between Israeli and Arab states.2
Israeli Government Connections
Menuhin has said that if Israel and Iraq develop formal relations, she will become the Israeli ambassador to Iraq.
Menuhin is a senior adviser to the Israeli digital diplomacy team in the Israeli Foreign Ministry.
Her documentary director, Daki Dror is connected to Israeli intelligence. Dror has made a documentary named “Inside the Mossad”. This documentary has interestingly been ordered on behalf of the Mossad.