February 10, Etel Adnan interview, new podcast from our archive
1997 featured archive podcast: comment by Hussein Ibish, poet Lisa Muhammed and film reviewer Anissa Bouziane
Sept10 podcast "Fen Majnoon with Dean and Maysoon" (2005 archive).
April 16 podcast. Fawzia Afzal Khan on parallel US-Muslim agendas-- diverging or supporting?
March 8, podcast Women's Day special: poet and author Mohja Kahf
Jan 8 podcast ALGERIA: past and presernt:
Nov 20 podcast Salma K Jayyusi on modern Arabic literature; NY Arab Comedy Festival (2005 archive).
Sept 18 podcast American Muslims: advances and setbacks, with author Stephan Salisbury, attorney Fahd Ahmed, DRUM-NY and Adem Caroll of ICNA. Sayyid M. Sayeed discusses Islamophobia 13 earlier (1991 archive).
Aug 21 podcast "From Cordoba to Baghdad", Arab Music with virtuoso Simon Shaheen
Aug 14 podcast Naif Al-Mutawa creator of “The 99”and CEO of Teshkeel Media speaks about his challenges, his vision, his plans for this international superhero young people's project. The City of Cairo with Kadry Al-Arabi (1994 archive); some Ramadan poetry.
June 5 podcast, Muslim students talk about their experience after revelations of infiltration by US intellegence agencies of their student assemblies. Also, a Tahrir archive profile: the early 20th C. Egyptian feminist Doria Shafiq
April 24 podcast Actor/film-director Newark-born Usman Sharif
March 27 podcast "Water in the Middle East"-a radio documentary from our archive, with updates.
Sept 27 podcast. Mohammed Ghani Hikmat ,Iraqi sculptor (1929-2011); and BN Aziz' report on her 1993 visit to Gaza at the time of the Oslo Accord (archive)
- February 03, 2014
Are others as bewildered as I am by news stumbling and reeling interminably out of Syria--those accounts of starving, besieged children? We are moved by the stories yet also immobilized. The “worst humanitarian tragedy of our time” say experts of catastrophes. (As if we need their authority.) Anyway, how can I distinguish between a 4-year old alawite corpse and a 6 month old miasmatic christian infant, between an orphan and a refugee?
Voices of Iraq
- Aliya Sousa
- Dr. Aliya Sousa was the daughter and biographer of the remarkable
and prolific Iraqi author, researcher, engineer and hydrologist, Dr.
Ahmed Sousa (1900-1983).
In this 1999 interview in Baghdad, she recalls his early life. Aliya Sousa perished in the bombing of the UN office in Baghdad, August 19, 2003.
Sample Pt 2, reviewing Sousa's research in irrigation 5:43
- Lena Khan, film director
- "A Land Called Paradise" 2007 LinkTV/onenation prize-winning film. with host Saadia Aslam Sample 5:02
Radio Tahrir calligraphic logo design by
Men have singled out women of outstanding merit and put them on a pedestal to avoid recognizing the capabilities of all women--
Huda Shaarawi (1879-1947), Egyptian political activist and feminist
- a poem.. a song..
- "I Am Palestinian", by Mohja Kahf
read by poet and author Mohja Kahf Flash
Abdal Hayy Moore reads from 'Ramadan Sonnets'
- Book review
- Khaled Hosseini's
And The Mountains Echoed
reviewed by BN Aziz.
- Tahrir Team
- Read about Nadja Middleton in the team page.
- Africa/World International News
- Arab American Journalists
- Attorney Lynne Stewart--civil rights defender
- Boycott IsraelCampaign
- Electronic Intifada
- Journalists MiddleEast
- Pacifica Radio Network
- Palestinian Initiative
- Arab American Comedy Festival
- Arab Writers Conference, 2011
- AWAIR, Arab World & Islamic Resources
- Busboys and Poets; DC Bookstore & Cafe
- FSRN Pacifica Radio News
- Iraq Virtual Museum
- Muslim Women Lawyers
- Palestine--ongoing Cultural Genocide
- Women's Islamic Initiative