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Arab Voices

Arab Voices aims at bringing the truth, facts, and realities to a wide and diverse range of listeners. It debunks many of the stereotypes, myths, and false information disseminated by certain media outlets, some politicians, and others.
 
Arab Voices is a syndicated program that airs on other radio stations in different cities in the U.S.A. and Europe.

Bereits ausgestrahlte Sendungen können seit dem 17. April 2023 in der Radio LoRa Mediathek als MP3-Aufnahmen abgerufen werden.

Mittwoch, 05.06.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

Arab Voices

Arab Voices aims at bringing the truth, facts, and realities to a wide and diverse range of listeners. It debunks many of the stereotypes, myths, and false information disseminated by certain media outlets, some politicians, and others.
 
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Mittwoch, 29.05.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

Arab Voices

Arab Voices aims at bringing the truth, facts, and realities to a wide and diverse range of listeners. It debunks many of the stereotypes, myths, and false information disseminated by certain media outlets, some politicians, and others.
 
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Mittwoch, 22.05.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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The ONGOING Palestinian Nakba, and an interview with Dr. Ahlam Muhtaseb about "1948: Creation and Catastrophe"
 
As Apartheid Israel continues its genocide and war crimes in the Gaza Strip non-stop 24/7 since October 7, 2023, killing over 35,000 Palestinians, most of them children and women, and injuring more than 78,000, with more than 11,000 still missing under the rubble throughout the Gaza Strip and are presumed killed, western media and some politicians keep repeating that the crisis started on October 7, 2023, ignoring the catastrophic situation Palestinians have been in since 1948 throughout occupied Palestine, and not just in the Gaza Strip. In this episode of Arab Voices (# 1,113), we will talk about the ongoing Palestinian Nakba (Arabic word for Catastrophe), that started over 76 years ago, as this month marks the 76th anniversary of the Nakba.
 
On May 15, 2024, on the 76th anniversary of the ongoing Palestinian Nakba and resistance to Israeli Apartheid, Radio Free Palestine launched on several stations across North America, 24 hours of programming from radio stations and producers across 5 continents, and during this episode of Arab voices, we will air a special edition of the weekly program Middle East in Focus that airs on our sister station KPFK in Los Angeles, California, in which program co-host Estee Chandler interviews Dr. Ahlam Muhtaseb about her documentary film, 1948: Creation and Catastrophe, which tells the story of the establishment of the state of Israel through the eyes of the people who lived it and were affected by it.
 
Dr. Ahlam Muhtaseb is a professor of media studies and the graduate coordinator of the Department of Communication Studies at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB). She is the recipient of the 2020 CSUSB Outstanding Scholarship, Research and Creative Activities Award and the 2019-20 Outstanding Research and Creative Activity Faculty Mentor Awardees. She also won the 2019 Rebuilding Alliance “Story Teller” Award. Her research interests include digital communication, digital resistance & decolonization, social justice, and diasporic communities. Her research has appeared in national and international publications, such as the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication and Arab Studies Quarterly, and has been presented at national and international conferences. Her documentary 1948: Creation & Catastrophe was screened at over 20 film festivals and at universities and community organizations throughout the world. The film, co-produced and co-directed with Andy Trimlett, focuses on the year 1948 and its catastrophic consequences for the Palestinian nation which has originated from her field work in the Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon, Syria, and Palestine. The film won the Jerusalem International Film Festival’s 2019 Special Jury Award in the Feature Documentary category. She is working currently on a study of Palestinian digital resistance and decolonizing digital spaces. She was the producer and lead researcher of the documentary 36 Seconds: Portrait of a Hate Crime which centered the three young Muslims murdered in Chapel Hill in 2015 in its discussion of the state of hate crimes, Islamophobia and racism in the United States. The film had its global premier at the Doc NYC Film Festival in November of 2023 and won the Subject Matter Grant for Audience Outreach and Impact Efforts.

Arab Voices aims at bringing the truth, facts, and realities to a wide and diverse range of listeners. It debunks many of the stereotypes, myths, and false information disseminated by certain media outlets, some politicians, and others.
 
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Mittwoch, 15.05.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Ongoing Genocide against the Palestinians by Apartheid Israel, and Drs. Nimer Sultany & Noura Erakat on "Law and the Genocide"
 
In this episode of Arab Voices (# 1,112), we will continue to talk about the ongoing horrific genocide, war crimes, and ethnic cleansing committed by Apartheid Israel against the Palestinians, armed, supported, and funded by the United States government using US tax payers’ money. A genocide that since October 7, 2023, has killed over 35,000 Palestinians (mostly women and children), injured more than 78,000, and left most of the Gaza Strip destroyed! Over 11,000 Palestinians are missing and presumed killed under the rubble.
 
We will also air the remarks of Dr. Nimer Sultany, and Dr. Noura Erakat, delivered a panel titled "War and the Genocide" during the "World Academic Forum for Palestine: Genocide in Gaza", a transnational forum on the ongoing genocide in Gaza and urgently needed academic responses from across the globe, was held at the University of Houston on April 6-7, 2024. The forum was organized by Scholars Against the War on Palestine, a transnational coalition that brings together faculty, researchers, and graduate students to end the century-long colonial war on Palestine. The forum featured panels on law, medicine, history, theology, gender, education, and international politics, with nearly 50 expert speakers participating in person and online.
    
Dr. Nimer Sultany is a reader in Public Law at SOAS, University of London Law School. His research areas are public law, legal and political theory, comparative constitutionalism, public international law, and human rights law. He has authored numerous articles in leading legal journals and his book, Law and Revolution: Legitimacy and Constitutionalism After the Arab Spring (2017) was awarded the inaugural ICON-S book prize.
 
Dr. Noura Erakat is a human rights attorney and an associate professor in the Department of Africana Studies and the Program in Criminal Justice at Rutgers University. Her research interests include human rights law, humanitarian law, national security law, refugee law, social justice, and critical race theory. She is an editorial committee member of the Journal for Palestine Studies and a co-founding editor of Jadaliyya. She is the author of Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine (2019).

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Mittwoch, 08.05.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

Arab Voices

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Mittwoch, 24.04.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Remarks of Drs. Nabulsi, Abu-Sittah, and Desai at the “World Academic Forum for Palestine: Genocide in Gaza”
 
In this episode of Arab Voices (# 1,109), we will air the remarks of Dr. Karma Nabulsi (University of Oxford), Dr. Ghassan Abu-Sittah (Imperial College London & King’s College London), and Dr. Chandni Desai (University of Toronto), delivered at the "World Academic Forum for Palestine: Genocide in Gaza", a transnational forum on the ongoing genocide in Gaza and urgently needed academic responses from across the globe, that was held at the University of Houston on April 6-7, 2024. It was organized by Scholars Against the War on Palestine, a transnational coalition that brings together faculty, researchers, and graduate students to end the century-long colonial war on Palestine. The forum featured panels on law, medicine, history, theology, gender, education, and international politics, with nearly 50 expert speakers participating in person and online. The panels included “Gaza Family Testimonies, Scholasticide and Palestinian Academic Experiences in Gaza, Medical Testimonies from Gaza, The Gaza Genocide in Context, The World is with Palestine: Reflections from Sister Struggles, Theology of Empire, Law and the Genocide, Regional Context: Imperialism and Resistance in the Arab World, Reflections on Transnational Organizing, and Palestine is a Feminist and Queer Anti-colonial struggle.
    
Dr. Karma Nabulsi is the Jarvis Doctorow Fellow and Tutor in Politics at St Edmund Hall, and the Library Fellow at Oxford University. Her research is on 18th and 19th century political thought, the laws of war, and the contemporary history and politics of Palestinian refugees and representation. She is widely published in scholarly and popular journals. She recently completed a digital humanities programme sponsored by the British Academy that was developed with scholars, museums, research institutes, and universities across the global south, providing a bilingual open-access research and teaching resource. The online course and research materials cover the Palestinian liberation movement, during the anti-colonial era of the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.
 
Dr. Ghassan Abu-Sittah is a world-renowned surgeon with academic posts at Imperial College London University. A British Palestinian, he has worked as a war surgeon in numerous conflict zones including Syria, Yemen, Iraq, South Lebanon, and the Gaza Strip. He is Clinical Lead for the Operational Trauma Initiative at the World Health Organization’s EMRO Office and serves on the board of directors of INARA, a charity dedicated to providing reconstructive surgery to war-injured children in the Middle East, and on the Board of Trustees of the UK-based Medical Aid for Palestinians.
 
Dr. Chandni Desai is an assistant professor at the University of Toronto. She is working on her first book tentatively titled Revolutionary Circuits of Liberation: The Radical Tradition of Palestinian Resistance Culture and Internationalism. Desai has published in the Journal of Palestine Studies; Race and Class; Curriculum Inquiry; Decolonization; Indigeneity, Education and Society and several anthologies. Desai is the host of the Liberation Pedagogy Podcast.

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Mittwoch, 17.04.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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“World Academic Forum for Palestine: Genocide in Gaza”: Drs. Takriti, Joudah, Ageel, and Loubani
 
The “World Academic Forum for Palestine: Genocide in Gaza”, a transnational forum on the ongoing genocide in Gaza and urgently needed academic responses from across the globe, was held at the University of Houston on April 6-7, 2024. It was organized by Scholars Against the War on Palestine, a transnational coalition that brings together faculty, researchers, and graduate students to end the century-long colonial war on Palestine. The forum featured panels on law, medicine, history, theology, gender, education, and international politics, with nearly 50 expert speakers participating in person and online. The panels included “Gaza Family Testimonies, Scholasticide and Palestinian Academic Experiences in Gaza, Medical Testimonies from Gaza, The Gaza Genocide in Context, The World is with Palestine: Reflections from Sister Struggles, Theology of Empire, Law and the Genocide, Regional Context: Imperialism and Resistance in the Arab World, Reflections on Transnational Organizing, and Palestine is a Feminist and Queer Anti-colonial struggle.
 
During this and future episodes of Arab Voices, we plan to air most of the remarks delivered at that important and historic forum.
 
In this episode of Arab Voices (# 1,108), we will air the opening remarks by Dr. Abdel Razzaq Takriti, associate professor of History and Arab American Educational Foundation Chair in Arab Studies at Rice University, and one of the main organizers for the forum, a poem read by Dr. Fady Joudah, an award-winning Palestinian American physician and poet based in Houston, Texas, the testimony of Dr. Ghada Ageel, a visiting professor at the University of Alberta in Canada, who lost over 280 members of her extended family in Gaza, and the testimony of Dr. Tarek Loubani, a physician and associate professor at the University of Western Ontario in Canada, who made several trips to Gaza to provide medical care, where he has been arrested and shot by the Israeli occupation army.

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Mittwoch, 10.04.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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The Ongoing Genocide by Apartheid Israel in the Gaza Strip 
In this episode of Arab Voices (#1,107):
 
An update on the ongoing Israeli Genocide, War Crimes, Slaughter, Ethnic Cleansing, and intentional starvation in the Gaza Strip.
 
The hypocrisy of Western governments and their rush to criticize Apartheid Israel for murdering foreign aid workers in Gaza with World Central Kitchen, but have been silent on Israeli genocide against Palestinians for the past 180+ days that killed more than 33,000 Palestinians (mostly women and children), and injured more than 76,000!
 
Israel’s ongoing atrocities in several other countries including Syria and Lebanon (is Israel trying to provoke a wider war in the Middle East, while getting more bombs from the Biden administration?)
 
Human Rights Watch new investigation revealing Apartheid Israel targeted and murdered 106 Palestinian civilians including 54 children in one building in Gaza.
 
Dr. Mads Gilbert, a Norwegian physician specializing in emergency medicine, who has helped provide emergency trauma care in Gaza for over 40 years, including at Al-Shifa Hospital, making remarks on the destruction of Al-Shifa Hospital.
 
The remarks of Sarah Abushaar, an Arab-American, and a graduate of Harvard University, on the Genocide in Gaza.
 
The remarks of Dr. Luigi Daniele, who teaches and researches international criminal law and international humanitarian law at Nottingham Law School, delivered at the side event held in parallel to the 55th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, organized by the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights, titled “Understanding Genocide: The Case of Gaza”.
 
“Easter Vigil for Gaza” Sermon by Reverend Dr. Munther Isaac, Palestinian Christian Theologian, Evangelical Lutheran Pastor in Bethlehem in occupied Palestine, and the Academic Dean of Beth Bible College, delivered on March 30, 2024.

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Mittwoch, 03.04.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Ongoing Genocide in Gaza: Remarks by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Yumna Patel, Ambassador Riyad Mansour, Francesca Albanese, Dr. Nicola Perugini, and Hamdi Shaqoura
 
In this episode of Arab Voices (# 1106), we will continue to talk about the catastrophic situation in the occupied and destroyed Gaza Strip, and the famine threatening thousands of Palestinians as a result of the ongoing Israeli genocide and blockade of food, medicine, clean drinking water, and other life essentials from reaching the 2.3 million Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip. We will air recent remarks for:

Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on the unfolding genocide and famine in Gaza

Yumna Patel, Palestine News Director at Mondoweiss, on the famine in Gaza

Ambassador Riyad Mansour, Permanent Observer of the State of Palestine to the United Nations, on Security Council resolution 2728 calling for an immediate ceasefire

Francesca Albanese, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967, presenting her report "Anatomy of a Genocide" during the 55th session of the Geneva-based Human Rights Council

Dr. Nicola Perugini, Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Edinburgh in the UK, and Hamdi Shaqoura, Deputy Director for Program Affairs at the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights, on “Understanding Genocide: The Case of Gaza”, delivered at a side event held in parallel to the 55th session of the Human Rights Council, organized by the Palestinian Centre for Human RightsArab Voices aims at bringing the truth, facts, and realities to a wide and diverse range of listeners. It debunks many of the stereotypes, myths, and false information disseminated by certain media outlets, some politicians, and others.
 
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Mittwoch, 27.03.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Professor Noura Erakat on Israel's legal manipulation to erase Palestinians
 
Apartheid Israel continues its genocide, war crimes, slaughter, and ethnic cleansing in the Gaza Strip at an unprecedented rate killing more than 32,000 Palestinians (mostly women and children), injuring more than 75,000, and destroying most of the Gaza Strip, in just over the past 5 months, making the Gaza Strip uninhabitable. Israel has been attempting very hard and for many years, not just after October 7, 2023, to erase Palestinians.
 
In this episode of Arab Voices (#1,105), we will air a couple of segments from The Chris Hedges Report, in which journalist, author, and commentator Chris Hedges interviews Professor Noura Erakat on Israel's legal manipulation to erase Palestinians.
 
From The Chris Hedges Report:
 
Time and time again, the human rights attorney Noura Erakat writes, we see evidence of the laws assumed insignificance in the dispossession of Palestinians. Great Britain remained committed to establishing a Jewish national homeland in Palestine despite its legal duties as the Mandatory Power to shepherd local Arab peoples to independence. The Permanent Mandates Commission remained committed to the incorporation of the Balfour Declaration into the Mandate for Palestine, in contravention of the Covenant of the League of Nations, which, in discussing the disposition of the communities formerly belonging to the Turkish Empire stated that the wishes of these communities must be a primary consideration. The United Nations proposed partition of Palestine without legal consultation and in disregard of the existing populations well-being and development, which the same Covenant had declared to be a sacred trust of civilization. Zionist militias established Israel by force, without regard to the Partition Plans stipulated borders. The United Nations accepted Israel as a member despite the states violation of the nondiscrimination clauses of the Partition Plan and of the UN's own condition that Israel permit the return of forcibly displaced Palestinian refugees.
 
The very origins of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, Erakat continues, suggest that it is characterized by outright lawlessness, and yet conflicts have been as defined by astute attention to law and legal controversy as this one. Do Jews have a right to self-determination in a territory in which they did not reside but settled? Are Palestinians a nation with the right to self-determination, or are they merely a heterogeneous polity of Arabs eligible for minority rights? Did the United Nations have the authority to propose partition in contravention of he will of the local population? Are the West Bank (including East Jerusalem) and the Gaza Strip occupied, as a matter of law, that is, are they recognized as such by law? Does Israel have the right, in law, to self-defense against Palestinians living in the Occupied Territories? Do Palestinians have the right to use armed force against Israel? Is the route of Israel's Separation barrier, built predominantly in the West Bank, illegal? Is Israel and apartheid regime?
 
Joining Chris Hedges to discuss these issues, examined in her book Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine, is the human rights attorney and assistant professor at Rutgers University Noura Erakat.

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Mittwoch, 20.03.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Ein Forschungsschiff des neuseeländischen National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, kurz NIWA, hat über drei Wochen hinweg nun nach unbekannten Lebensformen in dieser bisher wenig erforschten Region gesucht. Die Expedition, die im Auftrag von Ocean Census unterwegs war, eine globale Allianz zur Beschleunigung der Entdeckung und des Schutzes des Lebens im Ozean, hat fast 1800 Proben aus bis zu 4800 Metern Tiefe gesammelt.

Drei neue Fischarten entdeckt
Unter den Proben befanden sich eine Reihe höchst kurioser Lebewesen und vor allem „eine große Auswahl an neuen, unentdeckten Arten“, wie Alex Rogers, wissenschaftlicher Direktor von Ocean Census und Co-Leiter der Expedition, sagte. Rogers rechnet damit, dass die laufenden Untersuchungen der Exemplare über 100 neue Arten ergeben werden.

Zu den bisher identifizierten neuen Arten gehören Dutzende Weichtiere, drei Fische, eine Garnele, ein Kopffüßer und eine neue Korallengattung. Vor allem, dass drei neue Fischarten unter den Funden seien, sei etwas ganz Besonderes, meinte Rogers.

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Mittwoch, 13.03.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Dr. Riyad Mansour's UNGA's Remarks on Israel's Genocide in Gaza, and what Susan Abulhawa witnessed recently in Gaza
 
In this episode of Arab Voices (# 1,103), we will listen to portions of the remarks delivered on March 5, 2024, at the United Nations General Assembly by Dr. Riyad Mansour, Palestinian Ambassador to the United Nations, about the U.S. use of veto power repeatedly to block ceasefire resolutions for Gaza, Israel’s atrocities, and his call for an immediate action to halt the ongoing genocide in Gaza.
 
We will also air an interview Democracy Now! conducted with Susan Abulhawa, who just left the Gaza Strip after spending two weeks there. In that interview, Abulhawa describes the situation, what she witnessed in Gaza, and more. Abulhawa is Palestine Writes Executive Director, festival organizer, novelist, poet, activist, and scientist, who's first novel, Mornings in Jenin, is considered a classic in Palestinian literature, and became an international bestseller, translated into 32 languages, and made Abulhawa one of the most widely read Arab authors in the world.

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Mittwoch, 06.03.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Israel's ongoing Genocide against the Palestinians, Aaron Bushnell, Alan Shebaro, Christopher Lockyear, and Ralph Wilde's ICJ Remarks
 
During this episode of Arab Voices (# 1,102), we will talk about the catastrophic and ongoing Israeli genocide and war crimes against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. We will talk about Aaron Bushnell, a member of the U.S. Air Force, who set himself on fire outside the Israeli Embassy in Washington, D.C. to protest Israel’s genocide of the Palestinians and protest U.S. support for it, the remarks of Alan Shebaro, a United States Special Forces combat veteran speaking at the City Council meeting in McKinney, Texas, condemning Israel's genocidal assault on Gaza and United States support for the slaughter. We will also talk about the message sent to President Biden with the recent Michigan Democratic primary, where over 100,000 voted "Uncommitted" because of Biden’s stance on the genocide in Gaza.
 
In addition, we will also air the urgent update delivered at the United Nations Security Council by Christopher Lockyear, Secretary General at Doctors Without Borders, on the humanitarian crisis in Gaza, and the powerful presentation by Dr. Ralph Wilde, Associate Professor of international law at UCL in the UK, delivered at the International Court of Justice on behalf of the League of Arab States highlighting the illegality of the Israeli occupation and effectively countering arguments from the US and UK aimed at perpetuating it.Arab Voices aims at bringing the truth, facts, and realities to a wide and diverse range of listeners. It debunks many of the stereotypes, myths, and false information disseminated by certain media outlets, some politicians, and others.
 
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Mittwoch, 28.02.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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The Ongoing Genocide against the Palestinians by Apartheid Israel, and Paul Reichler's ICJ Remarks
 
During this episode of Arab Voices (# 1,101), we will talk about the ongoing genocide against the Palestinians by Apartheid Israel, and air the remarks of Paul Reichler, one of the lawyers and legal experts representing the Palestinians, delivered at the historic public hearings held on February 19, 2024, at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the advisory proceedings on the Legal Consequences arising from the Policies and Practices of Israel in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem. Paul Reichler spoke on the illegality of Israel's prolonged occupation.
 
During the public hearings, which lasted several days, dozens of other speakers (representing different countries) delivered remarks on the occupation of Palestine.

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Mittwoch, 21.02.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Topics:
Israeli Genocide, the Catastrophe in Gaza & Reactions to it, and Mnar Adley on “How Corporate Media Whitewash Israeli Crimes- A Personal Narrative”
 
During this episode of Arab Voices (# 1,100), we will talk about the horrendous catastrophe in occupied Palestine as a result of the ongoing Israeli genocide, ethnic cleansing, war crimes, and destruction of the Gaza Strip, and the daily atrocities against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and occupied Jerusalem.
 
We will air a few remarks on the catastrophic situation in the Gaza Strip by Palestinian journalist Ahmed Alnaouq, co-founder of We Are Not Numbers, Josep Borrell, European Union’s Foreign Policy Chief, Senator Chris Van Hollen, and Senator Bernie Sanders.
 
During the second segment, we will air the keynote speech “How Corporate Media Whitewash Israeli Crimes- A Personal Narrative” by Mnar Adley, delivered at a conference held in Chicago in January 2014. Mnar is an award-winning journalist and editor and is the founder and director of MintPress News. She is also president and director of the non-profit media organization Behind the Headlines. Mnar also co-hosts the MintCast podcast and is a producer and host of the video series Behind The Headlines. The speech was about Israel's ongoing attack against Palestinian journalists, how Western corporate media whitewash Israeli crimes, along with sharing her personal journey of surviving Israeli occupation.




           

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Sonntag, 18.02.2024 - 18:00 - 20:00

Offener Politkanal: Arab Voices

Sendung 08.Februar 2024 During this episode of Arab Voices, we will talk about the ongoing Israeli genocide of the Palestinians: "Miko Peled's Comments on Palestine, and Jeremy Scahill on Israel's Lies to Justify & Slaughter Palestinians."

Sendung 15.Februar 2024 During this episode of Arab Voices (# 1,100), we will talk about the horrendous catastrophe in occupied Palestine as a result of the ongoing Israeli genocide, ethnic cleansing, war crimes, and destruction of the Gaza Strip, and the daily atrocities against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and occupied Jerusalem. "Israeli Genocide, the Catastrophe in Gaza & Reactions to it, and Mnar Adley on “How Corporate Media Whitewash Israeli Crimes- A Personal Narrative”
 

(wird am kommenden Donnerstag von 10.00 - 12.00 Uhr wiederholt)

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Mittwoch, 14.02.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Miko Peled's Comments on Palestine, and Jeremy Scahill on Israel's Lies to Justify & Slaughter Palestinians
 
During this episode of Arab Voices, we will talk about the ongoing Israeli genocide of the Palestinians.
 
We will air the recent comments of Miko Peled, Jewish activist, author, and human rights advocate, delivered on January 31, 2024, at a European Parliament Roundtable organized by The Left group in Brussels. Peled spoke on the hypocrisy and willful ignorance surrounding the Palestinian genocide, one that did not begin after October 7, 2023, but has been ongoing for 75 years.

We will also air a recent interview Democracy Now! conducted with Jeremy Scahill, a senior reporter and correspondent at The Intercept about his recent article headlined “Netanyahu’s War on Truth: Israel’s Ruthless Propaganda Campaign to Dehumanize Palestinians”. In that interview, Scahill talks about the Israeli lies about Hamas beheading babies and raping Israeli women on October 7, 2023, to justify and slaughter Palestinians.

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Mittwoch, 07.02.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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Mittwoch, 31.01.2024 - 09:00 - 10:00

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The "March On Washington for Gaza" Remarks (largest march ever in the USA for Palestine)
 
During this episode of Arab Voices (# 1,097), we will air some of the remarks delivered at the largest march held in the United States for Palestine, ever. The March On Washington for Gaza was held on January 13, 2024, hosted by the American Muslim Task Force for Palestine, in partnership with the ANSWER Coalition, endorsed by over 350 organizations, and attended by more than 400,000 people. Participants demanded the Biden administration and Congress to call for an immediate and permanent ceasefire, and an end to the U.S. military funding to Israel.
 
There were over 25 speakers at the march, and during this episode of Arab Voices, we will air the remarks of Laila El-Haddad, Palestinian-American journalist and activist from Gaza, Congressman André Carson, Arshia Ali-Khan, CEO of the Muslim Legal Fund of America, Dr. Yasir Qadhi, Dean of the Islamic Seminary of America, Alana Hadid, influential activist and advocate for social change, and Imam Omar Suleiman, American Muslim scholar, civil rights activist, public speaker, author, and founder of Yaqeen Institute. We will also air special spoken words titled "Breaking News" by Noor Daoud.
 
Several Palestinian families from Gaza whose family members have been killed, injured, displaced, or abducted by the Israeli occupation forces during the current Israeli genocidal war on the Palestinians shared their stories at the march, and we will air a couple of them by Randa Muhtaseb and Yasmeen Elagha.
 
Josh Paul, a former State Department official, who resigned from his position in protest of the United States arms sales to Israel during its current bombardment of Gaza, spoke at the Washington march, delivered a message to Arab and Muslim Americans, and read a statement from U.S. Government Employees, which we will also air during this episode.

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