Interviews activists Nidal AL-Azraq and Jehad Abusalim

Publish Date: Aug 27, 2019

In today’s program, Aymen Rajeh interviews activists Nidal AL-Azraq and Jehad Abusalim about the current situation in the Israeli occupied Palestinian territories. Nidal a native of the West Bank, and Jehad a native of Gaza. Nidal Al-Azraq, Executive Director, 1for3, a US based organization that focuses on water, food, health, and environmental work in Palestinian refugee camps in the West Bank. Jehad Abusalim is a PhD candidate in history and Hebrew and Judaic studies and a policy analyst from Gaza. His writings have appeared in Al Jazeera English, Mondoweiss, and Palestine Square. He is a program associate for American Friends Service Committee AFSC’s Gaza Unlocked campaign. No Way To Treat A Child,

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