'This Week' Web Extra: Christiane Amanpour

ABC News Global Affairs Anchor Christiane Amanpour answers viewer questions.
4:58 | 02/24/13

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Transcript for 'This Week' Web Extra: Christiane Amanpour
Well I'm thankfully embassy attacks that -- It's believed all politics is social here few moments you know behind the scenes stand on ABC news -- ask -- some of our questions from FaceBook. Good morning Christiane thank you for joining us welcome -- clone and asks could you consider the most important person you hear it you know I've had. Very great opportunity to be on a platform ABC and CNN well I've been able to too many men important people throughout the last twenty years. I would say that from presidents to prime minister is men and women it's all been really really interest in one of the most. Game changing into -- it did. Was with the reform president of Iran it was such a surprise because everybody so used to the Ayatollah -- -- just being anti American and being. Very very authoritarian to the Iran -- people. Up comes this man whose name was hot and he. I -- the first exclusive interview with him and what he said. Really change the way -- bond -- for many years and also the way the west and the rest of the world looked to be wrong. So that for -- in terms of how it was a cultural political. Game change it was very important. Articles right now one of -- big films of the year has been on ago. Which is a -- the rupture of relations between the United States and Iran. Over the hostage crisis -- six years ago. Judith mayor asks as a journalist do you ever fear for your safety -- that -- any close calls. -- always fear for my safety and all our colleagues to and I am very very mindful of that when -- go into the field now that doesn't mean to say that I don't go. We do go. But we always you know employing that six cents that with experience comes you sort of know. When to hold -- and when to fold them you know sort of went to put your foot forward went -- back a little bit. -- -- out that gung ho and just you know sort of being being Kalb with the -- all out because it is likely to be there to tell the stories. No matter how dangerous it is you cannot just sit back at home. As opinion mongers armchair warriors as I'd like to cool people who just. You think that they can tell you what's going on overseas from sitting back here in -- local Washington know whether -- -- in the state. Denise. How to experience affect him -- -- anything from the past that can -- -- today in the current affairs and -- Well the contents of that at least could really be solved if everyone would hear the of the story. And decide that -- victory is not a zero sum game you cannot win by forcing the other 12. You absolutely have to come to the table. The parameters of the Middle East peace accord -- out it was -- during the Clinton administration. And that nobody knows what a final peace will look like. And land for peace an arrangement around Jerusalem but keeping certain supplements but giving -- others in the occupied territories. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- So what I had done what I was doing this incredible special with -- -- going back to old testament. Was something fundamental that many of us -- And that is. From the beginning the three main religion. The monotheistic religions Judaism christianity and Islam -- from the same route we -- -- We followed the same atrial -- And yet to see that with my own eyes and follow that trails within its Abraham Moses who ever let me take my -- -- it was really really amazing. I have fun quick lightning rounds and -- -- iPhone. I use a Blackberry but I think the iPhone technology -- beautiful. Favorite movie of the year five broken cameras about the Palestinian narrative in the occupied -- from the gatekeepers you -- -- film about. Use them into view all the security chiefs it is fascinating. Section that -- them. About this fantastic singer who was unknown. Except in South Africa now has a second life because of this film. The invisible war so in. About the wholesale assault of women in the united states military this -- -- the military is trying but it Moscow. All the way to make this -- And comfort. Comfort food you know I'm I'm I was raised in Iran I'd love -- food it's rice sources it's -- it's comfortable it's. Is -- -- well thank you so much. -- fantastic Christiane and maintenance everyone submitted their questions. Be sure to follow this -- on -- at this week ABC and like us on FaceBook at FaceBook dot com slash this week AB.

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