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This Is Palestine

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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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Rethinking Palestine

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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 aims to foster public debate on Palestinian human rights and self-determination. We draw upon the vast knowledge and experience of the Palestinian people, whether in Palestine or in exile, to put forward strong and diverse Palestinian policy voices. In this podcast, we will be bringing these voices to you so that you can listen to Palestinians sharing their analysis wherever you ...
 
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 ...
 
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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In this podcast episode you can listen to Marcelo Marzouka, a third generation Palestinian living in Chile. His grandfather was the first one to move to South America in the 1950s and his children spoke Spanish. The grandfather returned to Bethlehem but his children moved to Chile where they build a new life. Marcelo was born and raised in Chile bu…
 
This week Lara and Michael sit down with Israeli comedian and activist, Noam Shuster Eliassi. We talk about Noam's family history, her mother is an Iranian Jew and her father was born in Jerusalem to Romanian parents who survived the Holocaust. We chat about Noam's desire to preserve the traditions and return even just to visit the birthplace of he…
 
Mona Shtaya joins host Yara Hawari to discuss the highly invasive mass surveillance of Palestinians by the Israeli regime in light of recent hacking and spying reports. They explore the impact of such tactics on the work of activists and human rights defenders as well as the consequences on Palestinians' daily lives. Support the show (https://al-sh…
 
Every year on the 29th of November it is the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people. (The day of release of this episode) This was decided in the United Nations in 1977 when the General Assembly adopted resolution 32/40B It was not a coincidence that they chose this date. It is the dame date of the United Nations Partition Plan…
 
This week Lara leads us on a deep dive into the legal frameworks that came into place in the aftermath of the Nakba, including the absentee property law, the law of return, and the nationality law. All these legal devices helped codify the actions of ethnic cleansing and land theft by the rogue Zionist militias into the "legal" actions of a state. …
 
In support of the Women's Centre of Silwan area in Jerusalem AlQuds, Averroes Centre of Arab Culture is organizing a fundraiser next Saturday 27th November in Port Melbourne Come and enjoy LIVE CLASSICAL ARABIC MUSIC POEM RECITALSONGS 4 PALESTINE CHARMING SEA VIEW 3-COURSE MEALS All in support of the Women of Jerusalem For information and booking, …
 
In this episode, host Diana Buttu speaks with human rights attorney Rabea Eghbariah, on how foraging wild herbs, like za’atar, within Israel became a punishable offense targeted at Palestinians. After the ethnic cleansing of Palestine in 1948, Palestinians have been forcibly removed and separated from their land, a primary food source for most. For…
 
This week Lara and Michael talk to one of Lara's dear friends Max from Palestine Action. Palestine Action is an activist collective engaging in direct action in the UK to shut down the factories of weapons manufacturer Elbit Systems, one of the largest suppliers of weapons to Apartheid Israel. Max guides us through recent actions including one wher…
 
Five foreign women from Europe and the United States got together on a Tuesday morning in October for a traditional Palestinian breakfast and to share their experiences as spouses of Palestinian husbands. They talk about how do they experience life in Palestine and what are the difficulties they face in order to stay with their husband and children…
 
In the most northern part of historic Palestine is an archaeological site, now within a National Park, that has remains of the Bronze Age city of Laish and of the iron age city of Dan. In Arabic the location is called Tel el Qadi, the hill of the judge. This archaeological site has two very impressive city gates that were excavated. The Bronze Age …
 
Dr. Gary Foley wins 2021 Jerusalem (Al Quds) Peace Prize https://apan.org.au/media_release/gary-foley-wins-2021-jerusalem-peace-prize/ 2021 Palestine National Day *online celebration* https://apan.org.au/civicrm/event/info/?reset=1&id=51 Cuisine & Culture in Conversation! PIEN Fundraiser https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=781607&mc_cid=c…
 
This week Lara and Michael discuss the bombshell Washington Post article exposing a vast dragnet surveillance system used by the IOF against Palestinian society. Programs Blue Wolf and Wolfpack use state-of-the-art facial recognition technology to track and identify all movements by Palestinians, and has been called "a secret Facebook for Palestini…
 
This is the last episode of a series of four about the work of Handmade Palestine and the artisans that they support. In this episode I take you to an olive soap factory in the old city of Nablus where Amjad tells us about this family business and how they are developing new products that include goat and camel milk and very soon also dead sea mud.…
 
Trigger warning: Rape, sexual assault, coercion. This week, we cover the phenomenon of rape, sexual assault, and psychological warfare threatening rape and sexual assault employed by Apartheid Israel against Palestinians, whether they be political prisoners, male or female, younger or older, friends and family of political prisoners, or simply Pale…
 
This is the third episode in a series of four about Palestinian artisans and their work. I made these episodes to support Handmade Palestine with their online crowdfunding and online Bazar. They invited me to come to the first physical Bazar held in La Vie Cafe in Ramallah since the Corona pandemic started. It was a lovely day with wonderful conver…
 
An electronic campaign to support Eyad Hrebat has been launched as of today under the hashtag #Saveeyad the campaign also includes an e-petition, which can be signed, shared and promoted via the following link:http://chng.it/Z7VdHzvqw2The following leaked video shows the Israeli police interrogation and psychological torture of 13-year-old Palestin…
 
This week we sit down with Joudie Kalla, also known to the world as @palestineonaplate. A Palestinian-British chef hailing from a family of Nakba survivors who spent time in Syria before settling in London and author of two best selling Palestinian cook books, Palestine on a Plate: Memories from my Mother’s Kitchen and Baladi: A Celebration of Food…
 
Halah Ahmad joins Yara Hawari to discuss how tourism, specifically religious tourism, has been a key pillar of the Israeli settler-colonial project, legitimizing and expanding the theft of Palestinian land, since the first Zionists settled in Palestine. Support the show (https://al-shabaka.org/donate)…
 
For Handmade Palestine, an initiative that promotes the sales of handicrafts made by local Palestinian artisans, I am producing a series of podcast episodes about the artisans and their work. In this episode you can listen to two interviews with artisans in Bethlehem. At Ma'an Lil Hayat we speak about the felted wool items that they produce, with l…
 
This week Lara and Michael discuss Instagram censoring our profile by announcing that as of October 25, 2021 we would no longer have access to the link button on @thepalestinepod account for purported violations of community guidelines. Lara queries what threshold Instagram is applying to make this decision to deprive users of critical features sin…
 
Read more of Stuart's work here...The sneaky deal to have NSW Labor adopt controversial anti-Semitism definitionhttps://johnmenadue.com/the-sneaky-deal-to-have-nsw-labor-adopt-controversial-anti-semitism-definition/Adoption of anti-Semitism definition is absurd and abusivehttps://johnmenadue.com/adoption-of-anti-semitism-definition-is-absurd-and-ab…
 
Handmade Palestine is an initiative by Morgan and her husband Saleh, who run the La Vie Cafe in Ramallah, and Majdi, to support the sales of handicrafts of local Palestinian artisans. As they do not have a budget for marketing, they decided to start a crowdfunding and online Bazar. The crowdfunding and Bazar will be released on 22nd of October 2021…
 
This week, the Palestine Pod hosts Yousef Mema aka @JoeGaza93. Yousef is a nurse, social media activist, and humanitarian. His Instagram profile rose to prominence during the May 2021 Israeli assaults on Gaza where he spent every day of the 11-day attacks showing the world first-hand accounts from life in Gaza. He shared photo and video (including …
 
New tour guides, who finished the tour guide program at the Bethlehem Bible College with me this summer, organized a day trip to Nablus and Sebastia. There were about 35 Palestinians on the bus that took off from Beit Sahour early in the morning. After 2,5 hours we reached the Jacob's well church in Nablus. This church is a very recent building tha…
 
This week Lara and Michael speak with Jon Elmer, Canadian writer and photojournalist specializing in the Middle East and Canadian foreign and military policy. He has lived in and reported extensively from the occupied Palestinian West Bank and Gaza - specifically based in occupied Jenin, Bethlehem, and Gaza City. He has covered the al-Aqsa intifada…
 
Psychology and health care in Palestine In this podcast episode I speak with Jumana Kaplanian about psychology in Palestine and the stigma about mental health that still exists in the Palestinian society. Jumana holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and Psychology from Bethlehem University in Bethlehem and an MSc in Psychology from Oxford Brooke…
 
Forum: When Prison is a Weapon: the Palestinian Reality Join Free Palestine Melbourne for this forum here https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_V4JmN-GHTiGI2TzRx3jTAg?fbclid=IwAR0JzJSvqpwHkn_v0VqrqS81oV2RO2hjye7D2zNAgR4A2a7G4x_V-19EJ44 Time 14:27s To Support Women Agripreneurs in Gaza visit https://sustain.org.au/articles/supporting-women-agr…
 
This week Lara and Michael cover the recent UK Labor party’s passing of a motion recognizing the “ongoing Nakba in Palestine” and declaring Israel an apartheid state, echoing the findings of Palestinian, Israeli and international human rights organisations. It also called for sanctions against Israel’s illegal settlements that usurp Palestinian lan…
 
Randa Wahbe joins host Yara Hawari to discuss Palestinian political prisoners in the wake of the Gilboa prison break, and explain how Israel’s military prison system serves as a key pillar of the regime’s settler-colonial project. Support the show (https://al-shabaka.org/donate)Bởi Rethinking Palestine
 
Diana Al Shaer has a Palestinian father and a Russian mother. Her grandfather was the first Palestinian ambassador in Russia and her father followed him in his footsteps. Diana grew up in Russia and by the age of 25 she started to become more and more connected to her Palestinian identity. She is an international Grand Prix dressage rider and sport…
 
You can follow Dr Anas Iqtait work here https://nepf.org.au/ To read about the Palestinian economy https://www.mei.edu/publications/economic-desperation-and-dependence-are-driving-palestinian-authoritys-political follow him on twitter @anasiqtait This week’s music was SHADIA MANSOUR Ft M1 (DEAD PREZ)-AL KUFIYYEH 3ARABEYYEH and can be viewed here ht…
 
This week we talk to the brilliant Palestinian-American author Rifk Ebeid whose children’s book “Baba What Does My Name Mean?” was recently censored by the “Free” Library of Philadelphia (yes it's really called that) in online anti-racist blog posts created by a librarian for the library’s social media connecting the Palestinian struggle to the str…
 
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