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This Week on VOMENA

Wednesday, September 23rd

Verso-9781844674220-Invention-of-the-Jewish-smallKhalil Bendib speaks with Tel Aviv University historian Dr. Shlomo Sand about his brand-new book,
“The Invention of the Jewish People,” which has become a best seller both in Israel and in France: Did
the world’s Jewry truly originate in Palestine, and if not, why does that myth persist to this day?
Voices of the Middle East and North Africa also presents “In Honor of a Hero,” Bay Area-based Algerian
Berber singer/songwriter Moh Alileche’s newest CD, which came out two months ago.

Voices of the Middle East and North Africa – September 23, 2009 at 7:00pm

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This Week on Voices of the Middle East & North Africa

March, 4, 2009


mic1A conversation with Patrick Craven of COSATU (the Congress of South African Trade Unions) about  the latest action taken by a South African union that refused to offload an Israeli ship last month to protest Israel’s bloody massacres in Gaza and Michael Eisencher of USLAW in Alameda  about nascent efforts from within to  break the US labor movement’s long-standing silence and complicity in the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.

Also  Bay Area-based Algerian-born musicians, singer-songwriter-activist Moh Alileche will talk to us about his  newest CD, wntitled “in Honor of a Hero. “

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