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 Caravan, CKUT Radio 
 
 Interview
 Bassel Salloukh (International Studies, American University of Sharjah), Massoud Shadgarih (Chairman, Islamic Human Rights Commission), Enver Masud (author of
 Samaa Elibyari  
 For non-profit use only.
Exclusive interviews on the eve of the commemoration of Sept 11. Plus a look at the effect of Sept 11 on the Muslims in the UK. See notes below for more.
Producer: Samaa Elibyari caravan@ckut.ca
Uploaded by: gretchen k. news@ckut.ca
Bassel Salloukh teaches International Studies at the American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. He conveys to Samaa Elibyari the mood prevailing in the Gulf states and reveals the anxiety and frustration of the Arabs towards American intolerance and avoidance of the core issues in the Middle East.

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Massoud Shadgarih, Chairman, Islamic Human Rights Commission, UK speaks to Samaa Elibyari about the bias in the media, and the backlash to the Muslim community in the UK. He also reports on the aspirations of Muslims in the UK for a more secure world and voice their opposition to any intervention against Iraq.

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Israel-Palestine, one year after Sept 11.

Sam Bahour, an American Palestinian, business man, father of two young
daughters talks to Samaa Elibyari about terrorism and suicide bombing, the
struggle of the Palestinian people and what American people should realize.

Sam Bahour, has been living in El Bireh the West Bank for the last seven
years. He is the author of Homeland: stories from Palestine.

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Victims of Sept 11, you seldom hear about . There are victims who where
killed for no other reason than wearing a turban or having an "Arab look".
The campaign for Collateral Compassion is working to move the Red Cross and
other major Sept 11 related charity funds to extend relief to the families
of 19 individuals who were murdered in the hate-backlash aftermath of Sept
11.

Anya Cordell, spokesperson for the campaign for Collateral damage talks
with Samaa Elibyari.

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One year after Sept 11.

Dispelling the myths about Islam and Muslims with Enver Masud, author of "The War on Islam" . Mr. Masud maintains the website of "The Wisdom Fund" www.twf.org.

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Samaa Elibyari produces CARAVAN, a weekly radio program about current Arab/Muslim affairs on CKUT Radio McGill 90.3fm on the dial in Montreal, www.ckut.ca on the Internet. Wednesday afternoon 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. local time.

Sound recording and editing was done by Gretchen King

Comments are welcome at caravan@ckut.ca

This is a CKUT production.

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