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Miko Peled and Mazin Qumsiyeh: “Palestine Will Be Free!”

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Israeli anti-Zionism activist Miko Peled  (first half hour) was born in Jerusalem in 1961 into a well-known Zionist family; Palestinian professor and human rights activist Mazin Qumsiyeh (final half hour) was born in 1957 in Beit Sahour on the outskirts of Bethlehem. Both agree that Zionism, the last settler colonial experiment, is on the way out, and that Palestine will become one country for all of its people…possibly within the next decade.

Topics also include the parallels between today’s Israel and 1980s South Africa; the rising BDS movement; the discursive shift towards pro-Palestinian positions especially among younger people; the increasing desperation of the Zionists as they play the Islamophobia and “clash of civilization” cards; the role of false flags, including 9/11; and much more.

Mazin Qumsiyeh

2 Thoughts to “Miko Peled and Mazin Qumsiyeh: “Palestine Will Be Free!””

  1. Anonymous

    Mazin Qumsiyeh segment is reminding me that most often than not, people allow themselves to feel and care only when their selfish interests are on the line. He is talking about freedom and justice, and yet, how come he does not feel the pain and hear the begging of what appears to be a bird in a cage nearby him, chirping in the background. Birds were meant to fly, their wings are no accident of Creation.

    People should resist the subconscious reflex of extending their pain and abuse to other living beings, just like when the abused child starts abusing his/her dolls and/or pets.

  2. You might have heard the birds chirping next to my open window – they nest under the eaves. The moral: Don't jump to conclusions.

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