articles tagged "poetry"

Monday, November 25th — Wisconsin Friends of Utah Wilderness

Wednesday, 20 November 2013 | Access Hour

The Wisconsin Friends of Utah Wilderness talk about America’s Red Rock Wilderness Act and why it is important to protect federal land in Utah (which belongs to all of us). They also intend maybe to read some poetry, and to give folks the chance to call in with questions, etc. more »

Salamat Celebrates Islamic New Year

Sunday, 10 November 2013 | Salamat
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This week your host Sabi Atteyih celebrates the sixth day of the Islamic New Year and explains its significance. He also reports on the Jewish Voice For Peace, Bedouin resistance to an Israeli relocation plan, the U.S. arrest of a 65-year-old Palestinian woman Rasmea Odeh, and vandalism by Jewish settlers against Palestinian property in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Sabi also mentions Saudi expulsion of illegal immigrants, more »

Salamat Reports on Popular Saudi Youth YouTube Program

Sunday, 20 October 2013 | Salamat
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This week your host Sabi Atteyih recites from Mahmoud Darwish’s “Don’t Write History As Poetry”, features music from Fairuz and reports on young Saudi comedian Omar Hussein’s extremely popular YouTube hit 3al6ayer, a comedy program that uses humor, satire, parody and smart sarcasm to talk about topics that “concern and worry everyone” in his culture. Salamat this week is abbreviated because of our fund drive. more »

Salamat Explains Annual Islamic Hajj

Sunday, 13 October 2013 | Salamat
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This week your host Sabi Atteyih recites poetry from Mahmoud Darwish’s “Do Not Write History As Poetry” and explains the annual Islamic Hajj. He reports on deteriorating hunger conditions in Aleppo, Syria, the Arab-American Political Action Committee (AAPAC) in Dearborn Michigan, and Lady Gaga’s controversy amongst Muslims. Music from “Cairo to Casablanca”.     Photo by Hossam all line more »

Salamat Correspondent Celebrates Egyptian Armed Forces Day

Sunday, 6 October 2013 | Salamat
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This week your host Sabi Atteyih celebrates the poem “The Confession Chair” from Muhammad al-Maghout of Syria and connects with his correspondent in Alexandria, Egypt. Sabi also reports on Damascus, Syria, The Wisconsin Center For Peace and Justice, and the book Obama and the Middle East by Faraz A. Gerges. Music this week from Arabica II: Voyages into North African Sound.     Photo by Stefan Geens more »

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