On our podcast: Tamer Nafar of the ground-breaking Palestinian hip-hop group DAM speaks with EI about their new album; plus clips from two songs.
The Electronic Intifada Podcast
Josh Ruebner of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation assess the victories and growth of the international boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.
Activist, blogger and BDS organizer Tony Greenstein in Brighton, UK, discusses the Sodastream boycott and the growing BDS movement.
Sahar Francis of Addameer, the Palestinian prisoners’ advocacy organization, says that the Israeli army’s recent raids on human rights groups in the West Bank is because of Palestinian civil society advocacy for human rights and BDS.
Liz Jackson talks about how civil rights groups are challenging the University of California as a climate of fear silences Palestine solidarity activism and Palestinian and Muslim students.
Eyewitness reports and analysis from The Electronic Intifada’s correspondents in Gaza.
Muhammed Desai of BDS South Africa on the significance of the South African government’s support of the Palestinian-led BDS movement, and strengthening solidarity between South Africans and Palestinians.
Linda Moreno, defense attorney for Ghassan Elashi of the Holy Land Foundation, who was convicted for giving charity to Palestinian women and children, talks about the US Supreme Court’s decision not to hear the case.
Huseyin Oruç of the Turkish humanitarian relief organization IHH talks about legal plans to hold Israeli officials accountable for the seizure of the Estelle and the attacks on the Mavi Marmara which killed nine in 2010.
On this week’s podcast, Alaa Tartir of al-Shabaka discusses the role of international donors in the de-development of the Palestinian economy, and what is needed to build Palestinian economic self-sustainability.