Posts Tagged ‘podcast’

PODCAST: Does Kahanism expose what Israel tries to hide?

Listen here: iTunes/Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Spotify When Meir Kahane, an extremist rabbi who advocated for Jewish supremacy through the use of violence, ran in Israel’s 1988 elections, the state’s Central Elections Committee barred his party, claiming it incited racism and threatened the democratic nature of the state. Similar to the fascist movements of 1930s Europe, Kahane envisioned […]

Beam Me Up: The James Traficant Story w/ Alex Hastie of The Ohio v. The World Podcast — My History Can Beat Up Your Politics

We discuss the life and career of Youngstown, Ohio congressman James Traficant with Alex Hastie of Ohio v. The World Podcast. We rerun part of the episode from his podcast. We hear from Eric Murphy, director of the documentary “The Congressman from Crimetown” The frumpled congressman was a fixture of Ohio politics and a […] via […]

Podcast Ep 13: Hold onto hope for 2020

Nora Barrows-Friedman The Electronic Intifada Podcast 24 December 2019 On episode 13 of The Electronic Intifada Podcast, Nora and Asa are joined by Ali Abunimah to discuss the most significant stories of 2019. Everyday resistance persists for Palestinians despite the catastrophe that Israel continues to impose on them. The catastrophe includes the siege of Gaza, […]

PODCAST: The Palestinian musician shattering taboos

Listen here: iTunes/Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Spotify Singer-songwriter Maysa Daw always knew she wanted to become a musician. The 27-year-old Haifa native recently released her debut album called “Between City Walls.” She is also the youngest member of famed Palestinian hip hop group DAM, and sings and plays percussion with the new, all-women ensemble Kallemi. As a female […]

The David Einhorn Podcast: The Fed Is Monetizing Debt Again

It was back in 2012 that famed contrarian and value investing hedge fund icon, David Einhorn, first took aim at the pinnacle of market manipulation when he slammed the Fed for creating the ultimate toxic cocktail: something he called the Jelly Donut Policy. As the Greenlight founder wrote in May 2012, the Fed is “presently […]

Podcast Ep 12: Gaza Fights for Freedom

Nora Barrows-Friedman The Electronic Intifada Podcast 28 November 2019 On episode 12 of The Electronic Intifada Podcast, Nora and Asa speak with journalist and filmmaker Abby Martin of The Empire Files about her new documentary, Gaza Fights for Freedom. Before that, Nora and Asa chat about the latest revival of the “Labour anti-Semitism crisis” smear […]

PODCAST: Who will Israel deport next?

Listen here: iTunes/Apple Podcasts | Spotify The deportation of Omar Shakir, the Israel and Palestine director of Human Rights Watch, put a spotlight on Israel’s attempts to suppress dissent and criticism of its policies in the occupied territories. For Emily Schaeffer Omer-Man, one of the lawyers representing Shakir in his lengthy battle to stay in the […]

Edward Snowden on the Joe Rogan Podcast – Says US Government Could Have Prevented 9/11

Vic Bishop, Staff Writer Waking Times Since 2013 the real government whistleblower, Edward Snowden, has been in political asylum in Russia, where he continues to write books and tell his story of how as an employee of the NSA he discovered that the government was breaking the law in constructing a massive surveillance state. Today, […]

PODCAST: What does Israeli liberalism look like?

Public opinion expert Dahlia Scheindlin argues that the fierce debate over the separation of religion and state in Israel’s latest elections could lead to a wider liberal shift in society. By +972 Magazine Staff An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man argues with a secular social justice protester in Tel Aviv, July 18, 2011. (Oren Ziv/Activestills.org) Listen here: iTunes/Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Spotify Almost two weeks […]

Podcast Ep 9: As’ad AbuKhalil on Israel’s sham elections

Nora Barrows-Friedman The Electronic Intifada Podcast 19 September 2019 On Episode 9, Nora and Asa talk to As’ad AbuKhalil, legendary commentator on Middle East politics and the media. He analyzes Israel’s election and prospects for justice for Palestinians. We discuss what’s behind Israel’s recent attacks against Lebanon, Syria and Iraq. We also talk about the […]

PODCAST: Will Netanyahu’s attempt to suppress the Palestinian vote backfire?

In the lead up to the Sept. 17 elections, Benjamin Netanyahu has escalated his racist incitement against Palestinians. The +972 Podcast talks to Adalah’s Sawsan Zaher about how these attacks are affecting Palestinian voters. Joint List party leader Ayman Odeh films Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a discussion on the so-called camera law at the […]

PODCAST: Has international law failed Palestinians?

Palestinian legal scholar Noura Erakat proposes a different, inclusive vision that guarantees justice and dignity for all oppressed groups in Israel and Palestine. U.S. President Donald Trump with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas during a welcome ceremony in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, on May 23, 2017. (Flash90) Listen here: iTunes/Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Spotify Israel has been […]

PODCAST: Rethinking race relations in Israel-Palestine

Palestinian legal scholar Noura Erakat proposes a different, inclusive vision that guarantees justice and dignity for all oppressed groups in Israel and Palestine. Protesters carry Palestinian flags during a Black Lives Matter protest march against racist social structures and policies, toward black people in Germany and worldwide, Berlin, Germany, June 29, 2018. (Anne Paq/Activestills.org) Listen […]

LISTEN: Introducing ‘People of the Pod,’ a new podcast by ToI and AJC

Introducing People of the Pod, a podcast produced in partnership between the American Jewish Committee and The Times of Israel. In our weekly podcast, we’ll take you beyond the headlines and analyze global affairs through a Jewish lens. The podcast will examine political events, the people driving them, and what it all means for the […]

Sheikh Imran Podcast interview with Mark Glenn – Christian-Muslim resistance to Zionism Imperialism

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PODCAST: Could Mizrahim find their most natural allies in Palestinians?

Jewish Israelis with roots in Arab and Muslim countries have faced systemic discrimination for decades. As Jewish political parties court their votes, +972 writer and Local Call editor Orly Noy has a different idea. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu poses for a selfie with a Likud activist during a party faction meeting in the Knesset, July […]

PODCAST: How BDS became such a big deal in American politics

Republicans are trying to criminalize boycotts of Israel, part of a broad push to delegitimize any criticism or pressure on Israel. By not unconditionally defending the right to boycott anything or anyone, Democrats are falling into a dangerous trap, Lara Friedman says on The +972 Podcast. The capitol building of the United States of America […]

The Podcast Revolution: The Power of Our Human Voice, from Marconi to Woods Hole

Heard “Trader Joe’s” podcast yet? I don’t know who might listen to a 22-minute corporate ad. But, given how cool podcasts have become: hey, that sounds inviting. The idea is also an implicit endorsement for radio — because that’s where podcasting originated. Yes. I don’t want to disenchant young progressives for whom podcasts are their […]

PODCAST: Exposing Israel’s arms sales to oppressive regimes

Attorney Eitay Mack is one of the only people in Israel challenging the secrecy of Israel’s military exports to despotic regimes around the world. Myanmar military representatives at the ISDEF 2019 expo in Tel Aviv on June 4, 2019. (Oren Ziv) Listen here: iTunes/Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Spotify   Israeli human rights lawyer Eitay Mack is working to […]

Podcast Ep 7: Behind Israel’s troll army

Nora Barrows-Friedman The Electronic Intifada Podcast 5 July 2019 On episode 7, Nora Barrows-Friedman and Asa Winstanley host a discussion about Act.IL, an online influence campaign funded by the Israeli government. They are joined by Michael Bueckert, who’s been behind some of the most vital research on the group, publishing much of it to his […]

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