Sunday, June 8, 2008

middle east conflict -not here

Ok, admittedly I am a big fan of Global Research, look it is in my faves!
I am also loving their news hour on RBN.

This week I listened to Steve Lendman interview Ramzy Baroud.
THE GLOBAL RESEARCH NEWS HOUR

Ramzy Baroud is a veteran Palestinian-American journalist and former Al-Jazeera producer. He also taught Mass Communication at Australia's Curtin University of Technology, and is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Palestine Chronicle, a vital resource for information on Israel/Palestine and much more. Baroud published his first book of Arabic poetry at age 18 and has since written two others - "Searching Jenin: Eyewitness Accounts of the Israeli Invasion" and "The Second Palestinian Intifada: A Chronicle of A People's Struggle." Baroud is an international media veteran, publishes many articles, commentaries and short stories, is a frequent radio and television guest, and has been a guest speaker at top universities around the country and abroad. Discussion with him will focus on conditions on the ground in Occupied Palestine.



Surprise, surprise! Steve Lendman is a American Jew and Ramzy Baroud is a Palestinian American. Despite what is always presented in the corporate media, constant conflict between the two groups, this was a great interview. I enjoyed it so thoroughly I will listen again.

4 comments:

  1. thanks penny!!

    I'll listen to this later! Should be very interesting!

    ~B

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  2. hey B!
    been thinking of you and noting your absence.
    hope all is good?

    oh and yes, it is quite a good interview, I thoroughly enjoyed it..twice.
    Hour 2 is good also.

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  3. Hey Penny,

    Sorry to be off topic mate, but great phote! Are they loonies?

    Just because the world is ending there's no reason not to be fascinated by birds, ha ha.

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  4. hey nobody!

    the world is not ending, it is just in flux.

    I love the birds, so I don't mind you asking at all!

    There is one Swan, several Canadian Geese, Canvas Back ducks and Mergansers (common).

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