On Monday April 1st, John Quinlan previewed the performance this Thursday (April 4th) of a one man play–We Belong to the Land–based on the life of world-renowned Palestinian peacemaker, Elias Chacour.
On Thursday April 25th, host Allen Ruff spoke with author Susan Abulhawa about her book, “Mornings in Jenin.” Abulhawa was born to refugees of the 1967 war when Israel captured what remained of Palestine, including Jerusalem.
Hebron, Palestine: Israeli soldiers are making arrests. But there is something wrong with this picture – the people arrested children.
Professor Jennifer Loewenstien joined the 8 O’clock Buzz to give us an update on Palestine and Egypt.
Your host Sabi Atteyih hosts a live report from Alexandria, Egypt. Topics this week include Obama and immigration reform, the new electronic hookah, the International Festival in Madison, and The Freedom Theater of Jenin Refugee Camp touring play “The Island,” coming to the United States. The show includes poetry from Mahmoud Darwish and music by […]
The American Studies Association reached a resolution this week that endorses and honors of the boycott of Israeli academic institutions. Votes that endorse the boycott, may have greater implications for the liberation Palestinian people, but for others the votes are viewed as an attack on academic freedom of Israelis.