Marking the 60th Year of Al Nakba

Southern California events marking the Palestinian Catastrophe (Al Nakba)

Radio Intifada: Palestinians Struggling for Justice, 02/07

Posted by nakba60la on February 7, 2008

RADIO INTIFADA

intifada=shaking off – oppression/silence

Voices from Kolkata to Casablanca
Voices of struggle, Voices for change

Thursday, February 7, 2008 3-4pm PST

KPFK/Pacifica Radio 90.7 fm, Los Angeles

streaming at kpfk.org – available on audio archive for 90 days

 
PALESTINIANS STRUGGLING FOR JUSTICE

Reports on Gaza, Palestinians in Israel;

Arab Nationalism and the legacy of George Habash

 
This week’s Radio Intifada will focus on Palestinians continuing struggle for justice in Gaza and the political implications of the Gazan “prison break,” as well as the united Palestinian and Jewish Israeli support from inside Israel to lift the siege. We will also discuss the call for a General Strike by Palestinian Israelis in response to a recent decision exonerating the Israeli police who killed 13 Palestinians in the Galilee in 2000 and end with a retrospective of George Habash.

Guests:

 Osamah Kahlil on the ground in Palestine and Egypt; doctoral student in political science at UC, Berkeley and contributor to Electonic Intifada.

 Hisham Naff’a, award-winning journalist, author and Palestinian political activist living in Haifa

 Michel Shehadeh, longtime Palestinian activist, former West Coast Regional Director of the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, member of the LA 8

Produced by Sherna Gluck; Co-hosted with Rana Sharif, South/West Asia and North Africa (SWANA) Collective, KPFK

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