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Arafat and Islam / Richard Curtis and Adel Magid Ahmed ; interviewed and produced by Tamarahur Al-Aquel and Moneim Fadali.

Program Title:
Arafat and Islam / Richard Curtis and Adel Magid Ahmed ; interviewed and produced by Tamarahur Al-Aquel and Moneim Fadali.
PRA Archive #: 
KZ2070.03
Description: 

Interview, commentary, essay, performance piece, poetry, and news which examines relations with the Middle East.|MIDDLE EAST IN FOCUS : ARAFAT and ISLAM : JULY 7, 1994 / Richard Curtis and Adel Magid Ahmed| interviewed and produced by Tamadhur Al-Aqeel and Moneim Fadali. - SERIES: Middle East in focus| no. 3 Interview, commentary, essay, performance piece, poetry, and news which examines relations with the Middle East. - CONTENT: pt.1. George Bowls and U.S.-Israeli relations / Richard Curtis, executive director of the Washington Report on Middle Eastern Affairs -- pt.2. Arafat's return to the Gaza : triumph of defeat / Dr. Moneim Fadali -- pt.3. The spread of Islam / Dr. Adel Magid Ahmed -- Poetry readings. - BROADCAST: KPFK, 7 July 1994.

pt.1. George Bowls and U.S.-Israeli relations / Richard Curtis, executive director of the Washington Report on Middle Eastern Affairs -- pt.2. Arafat's return to the Gaza : triumph of defeat / Dr. Moneim Fadali -- pt.3. The spread of Islam / Dr. Adel Magid Ahmed -- Poetry readings.

pt.1. George Bowls and U.S.-Israeli relations / Richard Curtis, executive director of the Washington Report on Middle Eastern Affairs -- pt.2. Arafat's return to the Gaza : triumph of defeat / Dr. Moneim Fadali -- pt.3. The spread of Islam / Dr. Adel Magid Ahmed -- Poetry readings.

Station: 
Date Recorded on: 
Date Broadcast on: 
KPFK, 7 July 1994.
Item duration: 
1 reel (60 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|60:00
Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1994.
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