UN official talks about the current obstacles to delivering food aid to Palestinian refugees in Syria; and an interview with the authors of The Gaza Kitchen.
The Electronic Intifada Podcast
Davis urges a boycott against transnational security corporation G4S for its role in the global prison industrial complex, from Palestine to the US.
Samer Issawi is released from 17 months in Israeli jail; a report on forced displacement of Palestinians in Haifa; and news headlines.
Also in this week’s podcast: Rami Almeghari reports from flooded Gaza and Sarah Irving reads her review of the new documentary Flying Paper.
Nelson Mandela forcefully defends the Palestinian struggle to a New York audience in 1990; Haidar Eid remembers Mandela in Palestine; and Ali Abunimah talks about EI’s year ahead.
Listen to Dr. Cecilia Baeza discuss immigration, assimilation, identity and culture of Palestinians in Latin America on The Electronic Intifada’s weekly podcast.
Dr. Tarek Loubani, who was imprisoned in Cairo for two months, describes providing medical care to fellow detainees and the state of Gaza’s medical infrastructure under Israel’s siege.
Goliath author on what is most shocking about Israel today; plus prisoner release in West Bank.
An exclusive report from the village of Burqa, where Palestinians face regular settler violence, and an interview with scholar Laleh Khalili on the roots of Israeli colonial control mechanisms in Palestine.
Nour Joudah, Ala Al-Azzeh and Nimer Sultany interviewed at the School of Oriental and African Studies’ 9th Annual Palestine Society conference in London.