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Today we bring you most of a remarkable talk and discussion by Max Blumenthal and Ali Abunimah, appearing together, about the future of Palestine. It happened April 23, 2014 at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco.
Max Blumenthal is an award-winning journalist and best-selling author. His books include "Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel" and "Republican Gemorrah: Inside the Movement that Shattered the Party."
Ali Abunimah is a long-time Palestinian rights activist. His latest book is "The Battle for Justice in Palestine." He runs the Electronic Intifada (electronicintifada.net), one of our trusted sources of reliable information about Palestine.
They were appearing in support of SDS-USJP's resolution for divestment. No effort would be required, except that one group on campus has been commissioned and orchestrated to oppose it.
Regrettably, our broadcast couldn't include the entire conversation, which far exceeded our allocated time. For video of the entire 74 minutes, go to:
(When We cut it off, Abunimah was explaining the biased Boston Globe reporter Ethan Bronner's connection, and also the New York Times' connection, to particular homes stolen from Palestinians.)
This Week In Palestine (a weekly part of Truth and Justice Radio) is a three-quarter-hour segment of news from Palestine and discussion of issues relevant to the Palestinians' struggle for freedom from Israel's brutal military occupation and colonization of their homeland.
It's a regular part of Truth and Justice Radio, aired Sundays 6-10am ET on WZBC 90.3FM, Newton, MA, streaming at wzbc.org; TJR's website, truthandjusticeradio.org, has a link to This Week In Palestine archives back thru 1-6-2008; many earlier editions are obtainable from radio4all.net; explore our playlists for more information.