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Author: Moshé Liba
Binding: Paperback (pp: 98)
ISBN: 978-81-8253-136-9
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Pub. Date: 2009
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Moshé Liba, 1931 former member of a kibbutz, diplomat, lecturer, poet, writer, painter, sculptor. Has represented the State of Israel for 31 years as Ambassador and Consul General in 15 countries. Was Director General of the Central Institute of Cultural Relations, Director of the School of Diplomats, Deputy Director of the International Cooperation and Director of the African Department, in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Is Docteur en Droit International de l‘’Université de Paris . Was Professor in four universities in Israel, Cameroon and New Zealand.

As lecturer, writer and poet, member of various national and international associations has lectured and published and is included in anthologies. Contributes regularly to literary, historical and international publications, reviews, newspapers, yearbooks and On-line publications in the Internet. Writing in several languages, he has published 56 books, textbooks, history books, short stories, theater play, children’s books, brochures, and albums, including 27 books of poetry.

Has been awarded honorary titles. The Israeli company Lily Film-Tal Schahar is planning a documentary based on his book: Jewish Child Slaves in Sao Tomé. A play written on the basis of his book: The Fiddler from Auschwitz was staged in Israel in 1989. The same theme, including other poems on the Holocaust was adapted for a new stage production in dutch, presented in The Hague in 2008.

Has presented 47 solo exhibitions and has participated in more than 300 group exhibitions; has won various awards and recognitions and has exhibits in galleries in various countries. Has illustrated books, albums, reviews and periodicals. His paintings served as scenery background for the French film "Le Grand Pardon 2", Alexandre Films, Paris, 1993. His paintings, sculptures, statues and murals are in public institutions, libraries, museums, art galleries and private collections throughout the world. His artworks are represented in albums, anthologies and on websites in the Internet.

 

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Liba (Moshé )

Moshé Liba, 1931

As lecturer, writer and poet, member of the Hebrew Writers Association in Israel, of the Haagse Kunstkring-The Netherlands, and of various other national and international associations, he has lectured and published and is included in anthologies. He contributes regularly to literary, historical and international publications, reviews, periodicals, yearbooks, anthologies, and On-line publications in the Internet. Writing in several languages, he has published 66 books, history books, short stories, essays, literary criticism, children's books, theater-plays, albums, brochures, between them 37 books of poetry-including bilinguals.

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