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On episode 65, we speak with Donald Wagner, a long-time Chicago-based activist for Palestinian rights, a Presbyterian clergyperson and the author of a new memoir, Glory to God in the Lowest: Journeys to an Unholy Land.Forty years ago this month, during Israel’s invasion of Lebanon, Israel’s then-defense minister Ariel Sharon sent Lebanese militia f…
 
On episode 64, we speak to contributors of a new literary anthology, Light in Gaza: Writings Born of Fire, in which essays, poems and artwork illuminate the Palestinian experience of Gaza.Read more here: https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/nora-barrows-friedman/podcast-ep-64-light-gazaעל ידי The Electronic Intifada
 
On episode 63, we speak to Refaat Alareer, a professor, writer and father in Gaza, about the latest Israeli military assault on Gaza that killed nearly 50 Palestinians, including 17 children, in early August."What Israel is doing is nonstop campaigns of mowing the lawn, killing as many Palestinians and putting us [in] a corner where we can't do any…
 
On episode 62, we talk to activist and journalist Basel Adra about the situation in Masafer Yatta, an area in the South Hebron hills in the occupied West Bank, where the Israeli military is attempting to turn Palestinian villages into a firing zone. In May, the Israeli high court rubber-stamped the forced expulsion of more than 1,000 Palestinians f…
 
On episode 61, Nora speaks with Dov Baum from the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), about a major divestment victory and what activists can learn from the two-year campaign leading up to it.General Mills, a US-based food corporation, announced on 31 May that it had sold its stake in an Israeli joint venture.This means that the company has …
 
On episode 60, Nora speaks with Mohammed Abujayyab, a small-scale farmer and food security activist, about Palestine's agricultural economy under ongoing occupation and settler-colonial land theft.Read more here: https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/nora-barrows-friedman/podcast-ep-60-history-wheat-palestine…
 
On episode 59, Nora and Asa welcome back journalist and researcher Jon Elmer to discuss Palestinian resistance to Israel’s escalations across the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip.Elmer is a journalist and researcher, and he co-hosts The Brief Podcast with Nora. He spent years as a reporter inside Palestine, and covered the situation in Jenin and i…
 
On episode 58 of The Electronic Intifada Podcast, we discuss the significance of a recent statement by the editorial board of the Harvard Crimson in support of the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement and Palestinian liberation.The Crimson editors say they “regret and reject” their previous position that maligned BDS, and now recognize …
 
On episode 57, we speak with members of the NDN Collective about their recently released position paper on Palestinian liberation – “The Right of Return is LANDBACK.”Krystal Two Bulls, Demetrius Johnson and Nadya Tannous of the NDN Collective tell us that the resistance by Indigenous peoples to the US’ centuries-long programs of ethnic cleansing an…
 
On episode 56 of The Electronic Intifada Podcast, we discuss Canada’s arms exports to Israel with researcher Michael Bueckert, and Dr. Tarek Loubani talks about making medical equipment for Gaza’s medics amid 15 years of Israel’s blockade and a constant, looming threat of war.על ידי The Electronic Intifada
 
On episode 55, we speak with professors Rabab Abdulhadi and Tomomi Kinukawa of San Francisco State University about their ongoing fight against attempts to silence Palestine scholarship.Read more: https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/nora-barrows-friedman/podcast-ep-55-how-fight-university-censorship…
 
On episode 54, we are joined by representatives of major Palestinian civil society organizations Sahar Francis and Ahmed Abofoul to talk about current progress in bringing an investigation into Israel’s crimes to the International Criminal Court, even as Israel – and the US and Canada – have tried to stifle progress.Francis is the director of Addam…
 
On episode 53, The Electronic Intifada’s director Ali Abunimah joins Asa and Nora for a roundtable discussion on Ukraine, NATO, the imperialist push toward war with Russia and how it all relates to Palestine.Read more here: https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/nora-barrows-friedman/podcast-ep-53-whitewashing-ukraines-nazis…
 
On episode 52, we discuss the overt hypocrisy of the current Western-led rush to implement boycotts and sanctions against Russia over its invasion of Ukraine as many of the same institutions and politicians reject Palestinian calls to sanction Israel.על ידי The Electronic Intifada
 
On episode 51, Nora speaks with activist, scholar and contributor to The Electronic Intifada Shahd Abusalama and her lawyer, Giovanni Fassina of the European Legal Support Centre.Read more here: https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/nora-barrows-friedman/podcast-ep-51-defeating-censorship-uk-campusעל ידי The Electronic Intifada
 
On episode 49, Nora and Asa speak with Adie Mormech and Max Geller of Palestine Action, the group that has organized sustained direct actions at Israeli-owned Elbit Systems arms factories in the UK.Read more: https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/nora-barrows-friedman/podcast-ep-49-how-uk-activists-closed-israeli-arms-factory-good…
 
On episode 48 of The Electronic Intifada Podcast, Asa and Nora are joined by colleagues Maureen Clare Murphy and Tamara Nassar for a roundtable discussion on some of our top stories of 2021.Read more here: https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/nora-barrows-friedman/podcast-ep-48-gaza-cyberwarfare-and-resistance…
 
On episode 47, Asa and Nora speak with David Miller, a sociology professor and leading critic of the Israel lobby who was fired by the University of Bristol on 1 October. Miller was sacked after a years-long campaign of smears by that same lobby.He talks about his ongoing work researching the history of Zionism, Israel’s state ideology, and how the…
 
On episode 46, we speak to representatives of two of six major Palestinian rights groups Israel has recently designated as “terrorist” organizations.And a human rights activist in Burlington, Vermont, talks about working to encourage the city council to pass a resolution in explicit support of the Palestinian-let boycott, divestment and sanctions m…
 
On episode 45, leading Palestinian intellectual Joseph Massad joins Asa and Tamara for a wide-ranging discussion on the current and historical role of the Palestinian Authority as a collaborationist body with Israeli apartheid, repression and colonization.Read more: https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/nora-barrows-friedman/podcast-ep-45-palestinia…
 
On episode 44, Nora and Asa speak with the lead organizers of a new initiative calling on musicians to refuse to book shows in Israel and stand in solidarity with Palestinians. We also feature a conversation with author and educator Mona Hajjar Halaby about her new memoir.על ידי The Electronic Intifada
 
On episode 43, Nora and Asa speak with Huda Ammori and Richard Barnard, the founders of Palestine Action.Palestine Action was started in the UK last year to take direct action against Israeli arms manufacturer Elbit Systems.Activists have carried out sit-ins and sabotage against Elbit premises, shutting factories down, smashing windows, damaging eq…
 
On episode 42, we speak with several human rights defenders who have been on the front lines of direct action to stop Israel’s crimes against Palestinians.They are just a sample of countless protestors who have taken action in support of Palestinian rights, especially after Israel’s May attacks on Gaza, which killed some 245 Palestinians in the coa…
 
“This is my memory. This is my history. This is my life,” 81-year-old Yacoub Odeh tells us about his childhood and experience of expulsion from the Jerusalem village of Lifta in 1948.“The beautiful life that I dream … and struggle to restore this beautiful life, to go back home. To go back home. To plan our village, to renovate our houses, and to l…
 
On episode 40, author and editor of The Grayzone Max Blumenthal returns for a wide-ranging discussion.We begin with his latest article, on the Israel lobby’s manufactured claims of anti-Jewish bigotry in order to distract from the recent attacks on Gaza and Jerusalem.At exactly the same time there were massive popular demonstrations in support of P…
 
On episode 39, Nora, Asa and Tamara discuss ongoing Silicon Valley tech censorship of Palestine-related speech.We are joined by Omar Zahzah, a member of the US Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (USACBI) and the Palestinian Youth Movement, and Saliem Shehadeh, a graduate student at the University of California, Los Angeles.In …
 
On episode 38, Nora speaks with Dr. Tarek Loubani about the immediate devastation to Gaza’s medical and public health infrastructure during and after the recent Israeli attacks.This comes on top of the slow collapse of the medical system due to Israel’s draconian 14-year-old siege.Loubani works alongside doctors at al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City, t…
 
On episode 37, we discuss media suppression and how the corporate press covered the recent attacks on Gaza.We are joined by Greg Shupak, a contributor to The Electronic Intifada and Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR). He is also the author of The Wrong Story: Palestine, Israel and the Media.על ידי The Electronic Intifada
 
On episode 36, Nora and Asa host a discussion on the advances of Palestinian resistance tactics and Israel's strategic mistakes during Israel's latest assault on Gaza.We are joined by our colleague and The Electronic Intifada's executive director Ali Abunimah and journalist and researcher Jon Elmer.על ידי The Electronic Intifada
 
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