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This Is Palestine

The Institute of Middle East Understanding

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'This Is Palestine' is a podcast that highlights people, issues, and events around Palestine. We bring you stories from the ground in Palestine, and we speak with experts and activists to bring you unique perspectives and analysis about Palestine from across the world. This podcast is a project of the Institute for Middle East Understanding (IMEU).
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Palestine Deep Dive

Palestine Deep Dive

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Palestine Deep Dive: Connecting Palestinian realities to Western audiences. We are a bold new media platform challenging the mainstream, committed to empowering and maximising the impact of Palestinian voices.
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Rethinking Palestine

Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network

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Rethinking Palestine is a podcast from Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network, a transnational think tank that brings together Palestinians from across the globe to produce critical policy analysis and craft visions for a liberated, self-determined future. Host Yara Hawari engages with a range of Palestinian analysts to discuss recent developments and long-standing questions facing Palestinians worldwide.
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Palestine Uncensored

Ruba Husari

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A discussion on Palestinian struggle for freedom and statehood hosted by veteran Palestinian journalist Ruba Husari. In each episode the host interviews academics, historians and experts in their fields on Palestiine, Israel, and Zionism history and explores the path to an independent Palestine.
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Understanding Israel/Palestine

KKFI 90.1 FM

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Understanding Israel/Palestine advocates for a fair and even-handed U.S. foreign policy that recognizes the rights of both Palestinians and Israelis. The program offers multiple perspectives through interviews with journalists, scholars, policy experts and activists to clarify the underlying issues that are often obscured by mainstream media.
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Palestine Debrief

Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East

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"Palestine Debrief" is a podcast that discusses all things related to Palestine: the stories, people, issues and events. A discussion with experts, politicians, artists and activists to provide a distinctive approach about Palestine as it intersects with the political landscape here in Canada and beyond. This podcast is a production of Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East (CJPME, www.cjpme.org).
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Palestine : In-Between

Lifta Volumes

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A podcast hosted by Cher Asad exploring land and food politics throughout Palestine. We'll discuss the criminalization of food and its production within Palestine and the autonomous practices that exist amidst legislation, occupation, and ongoing colonialism. This podcast is made in collaboration with Columbia University's Center for Palestine Studies, Lifta Volumes (@liftavolumes), Lena Mansour, and Cher Asad (@Cher.Asad).
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On the Ground for Palestine is a weekly podcast to keep you updated on the news events and activism happening on the ground in Palestine and Israel. Each episode is short, less than 10 minutes, covering major stories from the past week, and is available as an audio-only podcast and as a video podcast. We are very open to suggestions for how to improve the podcast. Our goal is to create something that is useful for activists for Palestine around the world.
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Listen to lively stories and inspiring interviews about the history and cultural heritage of Palestine and the ongoing Palestinian struggle for justice and equality. Every Monday a new episode. Subscribe to the mailing list for a weekly update so you never miss an episode. All social media links (facebook, instagram and youtube) and to subscribe to the mail chimp are in one place, easy, on the website www.storiesfrompalestine.info The music for this podcast was made by Zaid Hilal, Palestinia ...
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PAX Palestine Podcast

Pax for Peace

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PAX Palestine Podcast is a podcast that features interviews with some of the local Palestinian partners of PAX, a peace organization based in the Netherlands. PAX works together with committed citizens and partners to protect civilians against acts of war, to end armed violence, and to build a just peace. In Palestine PAX supports local partners in building resilient communities, promoting human security and equality in the political, cultural and social domain, and in fighting the injustice ...
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Nasser provides updates on local and national actions and news, including Senator Fatima Payman recent comments in support of Palestine, achaic protest laws in NSW, the ban on wearing a kufiyyeh in Parliament, ongoing unwavering pro-Palestinian university encampments in so-called Australia, and more.We then hear commentary by Jiselle and Nasser on …
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The Nakba Never Ended. Amid 76 years of Nakba and 7 months of genocide, Basma and Ahmed expose Israel's ongoing colonial project stealing as much Palestinian land as possible while erasing the indigenous population. Basma El Doukhi is a Humanitarian Scholar and Stateless Palestinian Refugee from Rashidieh Camp in Lebanon Studying a PhD in Migration…
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Palestine Uncensored host Ruba Husari interviews Professor Susan Akram, of Boston University school of law and an expert on international human rights and refugee law on Palestinian nationality and "Jewish" nationality and the issue of citizenship from a historical and legal aspect. The episode explores how Palestinians who were recognized as Pales…
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Israel has announced that it has launched a renewed military offensive on the Jabaliya camp in the north of Gaza, an area it had 'cleared' of resistance fighters. Are Hamas fighters gaining strength? Tune in to the latest episode of MEMO’s weekly review show with host Nasim Ahmed and guest Mouin Rabbani. In this edition we delve into CNN's shocking…
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In this episode of “This is Palestine,” we speak with Palestinian American Columbia student Maryam Alwan about the rise in student-led protests across college campuses speaking out against Israel’s genocide. She talks to us about the unified student demand calling on their universities to divest funds tied with Israel’s genocide and war crimes. We …
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In December of last year NDP MP Matthew Green took the lead in sponsoring a Private Member’s bill, informally named “the Nakba Bill.” While the text of Green’s bill has not been made public, Green has made clear that his bill will call for Canada to formally acknowledge the Nakba and its tragic consequences for the Palestinian people. We talk priva…
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This week, Lara and Michael play a recorded interview with UCLA students in the encampment and sit down with Presidential candidate for the Green Party, Dr. Jill Stein. We discuss the role of electoral politics, how it has failed us, and how now more than ever we need a third party to threaten the two-party duopoly. Dr. Jill Stein has centered her …
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This week we speak with Robert Bletcher, Director of the Future of Conflict program at International Crisis Group (ICG). He was the lead author of the ICG's recent report Stopping Famine in Gaza. We discuss how famine is defined and measured in the realm of international politics and the key axes to consider when attempting to mitigate famine: dist…
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العمل الزراعي بين الهشاشة والجلد في المناطق ج: قرية فروش بيت دجن نموذجاً by Institute for Palestine StudiesInstitute for Palestine Studies
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Brendan Browne joins host Yara Hawari to explore the historical solidarity between the Irish and Palestinian peoples, and discuss how the Irish government's policy towards Palestine fails to reflect grassroots demands against the Israeli genocide in Gaza. Support the Show.Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network
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Nasser presents a longform conversation with Prof. Mazin Qumsiyeh, a Palestinian scientist, researcher, teacher, author, founder and director of Palestine Museum of Natural History and Humankind, and Lecturer at the Palestine Institute for Biodiversity and Sustainability of Behtlehem University.They discuss Prof. Qumsiyeh's Nakba story, his life in…
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Jawdat al-Khoudary's home was known as the most beautiful place in the Gaza Strip. Now, nothing remains of the house or garden. Khoudary, one of Gaza' most successful business men, whose family dates back nine generations in Gaza, had created a 100,000-square-foot oasis amid the besieged coastal enclave. Ahmed Alnaouq is a Palestinian journalist fr…
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As Israel begins its ground invasion of Gaza’s southernmost city of Rafah, Palestine This Week looks at the timing of the offensive, which has been launched despite a framework for a ceasefire being on the table. Host Nasim Ahmed and guest Mouin Rabbani discuss the talks to agree a truce and what they mean for Palestinians on the ground and, as Isr…
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Dr Omar Abdel-Mannan exposes Israel's wholesale destruction of the Palestinian healthcare system in Gaza and the unprecedented injuries sustained by civilians. He also uncovers the repression faced by healthcare workers around the world who are standing up for their colleagues in Gaza. Ahmed Alnaouq is a Palestinian journalist from Gaza and co-foun…
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Rutgers University law professor Sahar Aziz and Mitchell Plitnick, president of Rethinking Foreign Policy, discuss student protests of Israel’s war in Gaza, the growing threat to free speech on college campuses, and how pervasive anti-Muslim bias in U.S. society and U.S. foreign policy perpetuates a one-sided view of the Israeli-Palestinian conflic…
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Nasser provides commentary and updates on local and internationla news, including univeristy encampments in Narrm, the ongoing invasion in Rafah, and the recognition of World Press Freedom Day (May 3). We then hear from Jiselle Hanna, trade unionist, member of Australia Asia Worker Links, and 3CR broadacaster, speak about International Workers' Mem…
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The US has pushed to end college protests calling for an end to the war on Gaza, while delaying plans to sanction Israeli soldiers who are accused of human rights violations against Palestinians. Is America undermining its own freedoms to support Israel's genocide? This episode of MEMO's review show dives into the crucial events that have shaped th…
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Nasser provides commentary on the vital role of activism in highlighting the complicity of governments and organisations in the genocide and displacement of Palestinian people by the Isreali occupational forces, in particular encampments occuring in universities nationally and internationally in a stand of solidarity.We then play an excerpt of a ta…
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The Gaza Freedom Flotilla movement began with a 2006 email from a volunteer with the International Solidarity Movement sent to other volunteers struggling with how to bring to the attention of the world that Israel, while attacking Lebanon, was imprisoning Gaza. The email proposed chartering a big boat to sail from New York to Gaza, to Break the Si…
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This week Lara and Michael cover the Pro-Publica report that internal state department recommendations advise sanctioning and cutting the supply of weapons to the the occupation. A recommendation Anthony Blinken has been suppressing and lying about since December of 2023. We also discuss the phenomena of college campus student solidarity encampment…
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The bodies of more than 280 Palestinians have been found in a mass grave in the grounds of Nasser Hospital in Gaza, most too decomposed to be identified. With proof of Israel's war crimes once again coming to light, will the US use its powers to protect the occupation state at the ICC? Watch this week's episode as host Nasim Ahmed discusses what me…
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In the last part of a series on the Israel lobby in the United States, Margot Patterson talks to Alison Weir, founder and executive director of If Americans Knew, a non-profit established more than 20 years ago to educate Americans about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Weir discusses some of the many groups and individuals that comprise the Israe…
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Jiselle speaks with Nathalie Farah, advocate, writer, and creative from the SWANA region, and Disrupt Wars campaigner, about the Elbit Out campaign that launched on Mon 15 Apr as part of the A15 global economic blockade, and why its vital to dismantle all systems and partnerships connected to genocide and warfare. Nasser then provides commentary on…
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Matt Kennard breaks down Declassified UK's investigations into Britain's military activity towards Gaza amid Israel's ongoing genocide. He also exposes the role of the Israel Lobby in Britain and the colonial reality of Zionism. Matt Kennard is an investigative journalist and co-founder of @DeclassifiedUK. He is the author of three books: Irregular…
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Chris Gunness demands the UK immediately restores all funding to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency which provides essential aid to Palestinians in Gaza. He also warns that third party states freezing aid to UNRWA at a time when the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ruled it is ‘plausible’ that Israel is committing genocide in Gaza m…
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How has Iran's retaliatory strike on Israel changed dynamics in the Middle East and has it done more to help Tel Aviv's standing on an international stage than show Tehran's military might? This week's episode looks at the implications of the manoeuvre and Jordan's defence of Israel. In this week's MEMO review show Nasim Ahmed and his regular guest…
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This week Lara and Michael cover the details emerging around the massacre at Al Shifa. This massacre will be remembered in the same way as Deir Yassin and Tantura. Doctors who refused to leave their patients were executed. IOF terrorists separated people by color-coded bracelets. We cover the wildly racist coverage of the assassinated aid workers, …
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Dr. Sam Brody, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at The University of Kansas, discusses the history of the Anti-Defamation League (or the ADL) and the role it plays as a part of the Israel lobby. Dr. Brody contends that the ADL’s stance that anti-Zionism is the new anti-Semitism is wrong-headed, cynical, and ahistorical. He argues that count…
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Nasser provides commenatary on geopolitcial issues relating to Israel-led drone strikes in Iran, Australian politics and the dehumanisation of Palestinians, BDS campaigns affect on global corporations, and the upcoming A15 global economic blockades. Nasser also interviews Tony Piccolo, Asst. State Secretary Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (A…
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The use of the 'Lavender' system to identify alleged Hamas targets in Gaza has led to tens of thousands of Palestinian civilians being killed in air strikes. Is Israel's military technology fit for purpose? Or does accuracy not matter when its real intention is the ethnic cleansing of Gaza? Join Palestine this Week host Nasim Ahmed as he discusses …
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Award-winning journalist, author and documentary film-maker James Bamford discusses his recent article in The Nation magazine, "The Anti-Defamation League: Israel's Attack Dog in the U.S." Since the war in Gaza began in October, the ADL is claiming a dramatic rise in anti-Semitism, citing statistics disputed by its own staff, some of whom have quit…
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Nasser has a longform conversation with Ihab Abu Ibrahim, a Palestinian activist and founder of The Sit-Intifada, about his family enduring conditions of the 1948 Nakba and their refugee camp experience, why he started his protest at Parliament House steps, the importance of continual protesting of the ongoing complicity of governments and corporat…
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Support 100% independent media proudly centring Palestinian voices against attempted erasure: https://www.palestinedeepdive.com/support Hala Abulebdeh and Ahmed Alnaouq expose the horrific tragedies Israel has inflicted on both their families in Gaza. Speaking exclusively to Palestine Deep Dive, Palestinian Pharmacist and University of Glasgow alum…
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Tel Aviv's latest war strategy is the creation of areas in which any person present is considered a 'terrorist' and regarded a 'legitimate' target, including children, toddlers and women. Tune in to this week's episode of MEMO's weekly review with host Nasim Ahmed and guest Mouin Rabbani as they delve into the shocking revelation about Israel's 'ki…
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This week Lara and Michael sit down with Palestinian-American ER physician, Dr. Mohammad Subeh. Dr. Subeh came to the US as a Palestinian refugee during the Gulf War after his grandparents were expelled from Palestine during the Nakba. He speaks to the Palestine Pod about his recent experience providing medical care for five weeks in Gaza a field h…
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