On today’s episode, we take a look at the water crisis in Gaza and its effects on the inhabitants there, particularly the children. The discussion also highlights people-to-people grassroots efforts happening here in the U.S. to respond to the disaster, along with local ecumenical projects for peace in the Middle East. Zeiad Abbas Shamrouch is […]
Kate Gould, Legislative Director, Middle East Policy of the Friends Committee on National Legislation, talks about the humanitarian effects on the U.S. policies in the Middle East, especially in Yemen and Palestine.
What is going on in Israel-Palestine? This week, mass Palestinian protests at the fences around Gaza have been met with violence from the Israel military. Thursday host Allen Ruff speaks with expert Stephen Zunes as they go beyond the mainstream headlines about the Middle East. Mr. Zunes is senior policy analyst at Foreign Policy in […]
Gil, formerly at Wisconsin Public Radio, discusses the current general situation for Palestinians in Israel today with Cassandra Dixon of Operation Dove and Islam Morokah of the International Solidarity Movement in Hebron….Nonviolent resistance, determination, and the various operations trying to help.
Gil, formerly at Wisconsin Public Radio, discusses the current general situation for Palestinians in Israel today with Cassandra Dixon and Islam Morokah. Nonviolent resistance, determination, and the various operations trying to help.
Host Allen Ruff speaks with Jennifer Loewenstein, a freelance journalist and activist and faculty in Penn State University’s Department of Middle East Studies. Loewenstein has been covering conflicts in the Middle East for approaching thirty years, and her work has appeared in academic journals such as the Journal of Palestine Studies and popular outlets like CounterPunch Magazine and Palestine Chronicle. In the […]