July 2005 archive

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This show includes a live interview from Palestine with Noah, an activist from Vancouver, currently volunteering with the International Solidarity Movement in the West Bank. Download an audio file of today’s entire show to listen at home on your computer: VOP_July26_2005_8kbps.mp3 (8 kbps encoding, ~3.5MB)

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News Highlights: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas relocates to Gaza to oversee Israel’s “disengagement”. Abbas told U.S. Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice during her visit that there has been no progress with Israel over major issues like Gaza’s airport and the safe passage to the West Bank. Israel and Egypt conclude deal allowing Egyptian border police …

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This week includes a live interview with Jamal Juma’a from Ramallah, who represents the Palestinian Campaign against the Apartheid Wall. Download an audio file of today’s entire show to listen at home on your computer: VOP_July19_2005_8kbps.mp3 (8 kbps encoding, ~3.5MB)

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News Highlights: July 18th – Palestinian teen shot dead by Israeli forces at checkpoint in Gaza; 14 year old Ragheb Al Masri was killed by Israeli sniper. July 18th – Israeli assassinations in Gaza leave ceasefire in tatters; Israel amasses large military force on Gaza border as U.S. Secretary of State flies to region. July …

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This show includes a live interview with progressive American singer/songwriter David Rovics about his songs on Palestine and other struggles. Download an audio file of today’s entire show to listen at home on your computer: VOP_July12_2005_8kbps.mp3 (8 kbps encoding, ~3.5MB)

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News Highlights: Palestinians mark first anniversary of International Court ruling against the apartheid wall and call for increased protests. Israel approves final route of wall around Jerusalem, which will cut off tens of thousands of Palestinians and incorporate settlers; Israeli cabinet minister admits it serves demographic purposes. EU representative criticizes the barrier, saying it cuts …

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This show includes excerpts of the commentary of Uri Avnery, leading Israeli peace activist and founder of Gush Shalom, on the recent actions of extremist settlers in Gaza. Download an audio file of today’s entire show to listen at home on your computer: VOP_July05_2005_8kbps.mp3 (8 kbps encoding, ~3.5MB)

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News Highlights: Israeli police finally eject extremist settlers from two-month stay in a hotel in Gaza after some of them publicly lynch and stone a Palestinian teenager. Mahmoud Abbas reports that Fateh Central Committee agreed on real reforms after meeting in Jordan and that they are prepared to take control of Gaza. Islamic Jihad and …

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