This program offers a fifth anniversary commemoration of the tragic and destructive assault upon Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009. It offers an account of pivotal events in the history of Israel/Palestine from 1947 to the present through the reflections of a number of informed and articulate commentators. The program also includes both poetic and musical elements.
Chris Hedges (New York Society for Ethical Culture, Jan. 2009)
Richard Falk (Middle East Monitor Conference, London, Dec. 2010)
Sara Roy (Sydney Ideas, Oct. 2006)
Tanya Reinhart (Sydney Ideas, Oct. 2008)
Mustafa Barghouti (TUC Radio, March 2004)
Edward Said (Berkeley, March 2003)
David Ben-Gurion (London, 1947)
Illan Pappe (University of Bern, Switzerland, Nov. 2012)
Robert Fisk (Interview with Cindy Sheehan, Sept. 2010
Eyal Weizman (KPFA, Against the Grain, April 2009)
Mads Gilbert (Unusual Sources, Jan. 2010; Muslim Perspectives, Jan. 2010; Sounds of Dissent, Nov. 2012)
Suheir Hammad, "Gaza Suite I: Gaza"
Vincent Di Stefano, "Careful Now" (excerpt)
Gilad Atzmon and Orient House Ensemble. "Dal'Ouna on the Return"
Rim Banna. "The Wall"
Yggdrasil. "Al Dabaran"
The Idan Raichel Project. "Azini" (Comfort Me)
Digital Samsara. "C#"
Jocelyn Pook. "Migrations"
Steve Kahn and Rob Mounsey. "I See a Long Journey"
The Herd. "Kids Learn Quick"
Digital Samsara. "7am"
Outlandish and Sami Yusuf. "Try not to Cry"
F-16 flyby. Nic Stage (Freesound)
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