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This Week In Palestine
Weekly Program
Host John Roberts, moderator Peter Beinart, debaters Dylan Saba and Ethan Katz
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Palestinian resistance to the colonization of their homeland is being discussed on campuses all over the US, creating enormous concern to the Jewish establishment, which is spending large sums of money to counter this growing phenomenon. Today we examine one of those struggles at the University of California’s law school at Berkeley. We present a discussion of their particular campus battle in a debate between Dylan Saba, an attorney with Palestine Legal who represents the Palestinian students at Berkeley, and Ethan Katz, a professor History and Jewish Studies at the University. The discussion is moderated by journalist and college professor Peter Beinart.

This was a classic Palestinian Israeli discussion and that is why we played it. It illustrates the basic difference between the pro-Palestinian movement and most Jewish responses to it. The Palestinians are done talking and are building action strategies to oppose a militant military occupation of their land, while pro-Israelis too often just want talk about it, have dialogue, that over the years has gone nowhere because it is talk and not action and makes no impact on Israeli governance. Those days are over for Palestinians. They are building a resistance to a devastating military takeover of their homeland and the response to their direct, nonviolent action is too often that it is unfair and makes some Jewish students "uncomfortable" and "excluded." If a pro-Palestinian speaker comes to campus, the Jewish students want their point of view represented in the program. However, how often does Hillel invite speakers on the Palestinian side to their events? Palestinians have the right to define their programs, their strategies, and their resistance, on their terms without the involvement of their oppressors.
This Week In Palestine (a weekly part of Truth and Justice Radio) is an award-winning 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 speaks from the point of view of Palestinians and those who care about them. It's a regular part of Truth and Justice Radio, aired Sundays 6-10am ET on WZBC 90.3FM, Newton, MA, streaming live and archived for two weeks at; has a link to This Week In Palestine archives back thru 1-6-2008. (TJR airs occasional Palestine coverage IN ADDITION to that provided by This Week In Palestine.) We hope you'll write to us at if you rebroadcast our work, or have questions or comments.

This Week in Palestine 1-29-2023 Download Program Podcast
Making a Jewish student "uncomfortable" - a classic debate yielding talk but no action
00:57:37 1 Jan. 29, 2023
Berkeley CA and Cambridge MA
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