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A History of Resistance: The People of Palestine

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We see images on TV of stone throwing children, the desctruction following a suicide bomb attack and Israeli army tanks and helicopters. But what’s behind the conflict? On this program we take a look at the Palestinian’s long history of resistance to colonialism and the current conflict over the Occupied Territories.

Featuring:

Hatem Bazian, Professor of Near East Studies at the University of California at Berkeley; Najiya Shana, a Palestinian American residing in Washington, DC; Moatsin Agha, a Palestinian from Gaza who was exiled after the 1967 war; As’ad Abu Khalil, a Research Fellow at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies and author of “Bin Laden, Islam and America’s New War on Terrorism”; Marwan Barghouti, Secretary General of Fatah.

Author: Sabine Blaizin

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