Egypt's Turn Towards the East; Jews in Egypt and Other Arab Countries; 'As Arab Students See it'; 'The U.N. and the Arab Refugee; 'New Outlook'; Noon Rally June 29, 1967 (Original Recording): In Defense of the Arab Revolution (KPFA), 1967
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Open Hour: ‚As Arab Students See It‚- Arab student press conference, Tri-continental stance, and William Mandel (7/5/67). Noon Rally: Pete Camejo on Anti-Semitism and Martin Luther King; Roger Filene, of the Young Socialist Alliance, on the history of the Zionist movement; and Hasan Sharif on ‚what the Zionists want.‚ Dale Minor reports on the Mid-East War for Open Hour. The U.N. special session - development from views of two foreign correspondents. An Egyptian professor in Montreal talks with Colin Edwards, 9/24/67. Arab people in Palestine do not oppose Jewish people in Palestine, but the colonial Zionist state. ‚Jews in Egypt and other Arab Countries‚ Colin Edwards talks with a correspondent in Cairo. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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