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News and views regarding the Palestinian situation. Bringing listeners the untold side of the Palestinian/ Israeli conflict.
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News and views regarding the Palestinian situation. Bringing listeners the untold side of the Palestinian/ Israeli conflict.




The ongoing Nakba; the crisis in the refugee camp of Yarmouk in Syria

This week on Palestine Remembered we look at the ongoing Nakba, and the crisis in Syria as it affects the citizens of Yarmouk camp in the southern part of Damascus.


Ongoing demolition of houses in Palestine; US defunding of UNRWA; Al Quds Peace Prize announced

Palestine Remembered talks to Robert about his visit to the Palestinian village of Al- Walajeh and the current wave of house demolitions. We also talk about the US decision to defund UNRWA as well as two exciting announcements: The Jerusalem (Al Quds) Peace Prize and the syndication of Yousef, Tarek and Dareen's new 3CR show "Anaa min hunak" to Raya FM in Palestine.


Zeina Acaree on returning to Palestine and the 1948 Nakba.

Palestine Remembered hears from Zeina Acaree on her return to Palestine, 70 years after her father was ethnically cleansed from Palestine during the Nakba of 1948… join us as she shares her story, the pain, suffering and the incredible high as she reclaims her birthright – a return to Palestine


Israel's war on Palestinian culture

Robert and Yousef discussed with our guest Michael Shaik (Australian advocate for Palestine) the recent attack on Al-Mis-hal Cultural Centre in Gaza, role of culture in connecting Palestinians, depiction of Palestinians in Holywood & BBC, and the assassination of Ghassan Kanafani, Wael Zeiter and other Palestinian intellectuals by Mossad.


Revisiting Yarmouk and Syria; the ongoing Nakba; forced removal to North Aleppo

This week Palestine Remembered revisits Yarmouk and Syria, we discuss the ongoing Nakba and devastation of the once almost "normal" Palestinian life and what has happened to those who have survived this most recent of Nakba's and the forced removal of almost 1100 families to North Aleppo.


Interview with Israeli-American author and activist Miko Peled

This week Palestine Remembered interviews Miko Peled, an Israeli-American activist and author of The General’s Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine and Injustice: The Story of the Holy Land Foundation Five.


Interview with author and activist Dr Olfat Mahmoud.

Our guest this week is Dr Olfat Mahmoud, an inspiring Palestinian woman who visited Australia last week to launch her book "Tears for Tarshiha". The book beautifully narrates Olfat's journey as a refugee and her never-ending longing for return to Palestine. Olfat is also a director of an NGO that provides support for women in some of the camps in Lebanon.


Interview with Palestinian-American human rights lawyer Noura Erekat.

Palestine Remembered interviews Palestinian-American human rights attorney Noura Erakat, an Assistant Professor at George Mason University and we also discuss the passing of the “Nation State” bill in the Israeli Knesset.


Inteview with journalist / activist Mutasem Dalloul about the Great Return March and living in Gaza.

Palestinian journalist and activist Mutasem Dalloul spoke to us from Gaza about his role in the Great Return March as a journalist, participant and a person who survived serious injury from Israeli snipers. Mutasem shed light on the deep impact of the prolonged siege especially on the health sector in Gaza, the use of poisonous bullets and other forms of Israeli violations of human rights.


The Irish Senate pass BDS legislation; Commemorate Ghassab Kanafani; Tawjihi students in Palestine

Palestine remembered speaks about the momentous and courageous decision of the Irish senate to pass the first BDS legislation in the EU, we also commemorate Palestinian leader and revolutionary Ghassab Kanafani, and congratulate Palestinian students in their Tawjihi (Year 12) results and report on the ongoing humanitarian disaster occurring in Gaza.


Palestinian lawyer and human rights activist talks about life in Palestine

This week Palestine remembered speak to Palestinian lawyer and human rights advocate about her life and experiences in occupied Palestine


Amer Hlehel and his play Taha, BDS update and politicians visiting Israel

This week Palestine remembered speaks to Amer Hlehel about his play Taha about Palestinian poet Taha Muhammad Ali that listeners can see at the Arts Centre Melbourne July 10-14, also, an update on BDS and a discussion on our politicians and their visits to Israel.


Hisham Sharabati from the Hebron Defence Committee - living under occupation.

This week on Palestine Remembered, Robert speaks with Hisham Sharabati from the Hebron Defence Committee about living under the occupation.


Part 1 of an interview with Amjad Al-Kassis from Badil Legal Network in Bethlehem

In this week's episode, Palestine Remembered will bring you the first part of an interview Robert did with Mr Amjad Al-Kassis, from Badil Legal Network (Bethlehem) about the roots of the Zionist project, and the context of early Jewish migration to Palestine.


Ahmad Safadi from Elia Youth Media speaks from Jerusalem; the anniversary of Faisal Al-Husseini's passing; the demographic war in East Jerusalem

This week Palestine Remembered will be joined from Jerusalem by Ahmad Safadi director of the Elia Youth Media Foundation to discuss issues including their recent forced closure, 17th anniversary of professor Faisal Al-Husseini's passing, the 121st anniversary of Orient House and the continuing cover-up over the Great Return March massacres. The team also look at the demographic war on the citizens of East Jerusalem.


National Sorry Day special with guest Kutcha Edwards

On National Sorry Day, Palestine Remembered speaks to Kutcha Edwards, a member of the stolen generation and an indigenous community worker, about his life and work and the similarities between the settler colonialism enterprises in Australia and Israeli, as well as the eerie parallels between the Letters Patent (Kings Patent or King's Seal) and the Balfour Declaration.


70th Anniversary of Nakba and the Great Return March massacres in Gaza

Palestine Remembered discusses the Nakba as well as the massacre on May 14 during the Great Return March from Gaza

Michael Shaik joins the team to discuss The US embassy, Nakba, the Great Return March shootings....

Palestine Remembered are joined in the studio by Michael Shaik where they discuss the American Embassy's move to Jerusalem, the upcoming 70th Anniversary of Nakba, the shootings during the Return Marches in Gaza and more.....

Two stories of Nakba - Jafar Ramini and Falasteen Mousa.

Palestine Remembered spoke with two outstanding Palestinians, whose moving stories prove that Nakba is still ongoing across Palestinian generations. Mr Jafar Ramini; a Perth-based renowned Palestinian speaker, still vividly remembers the first days of Nakba as if it was yesterday. Falasteen Mousa; a Holland- based refugee from Yarmouk- Syria, and social activist told us how she managed to rise from the calamities of the war to start "My Identity" organization..

Seige of Yarmouk; Novelist Ibrahim Nasrallah; BDS wins.

Palestine Remembered gives an update on the besieged Palestinian, Syrian refugee camp of Yarmouk as well as the trial of the Israeli solider convicted of killing 16 year old Nadim Nuwara, Palestinian Novelist Ibrahim Nasrallah as well as some recent BDS wins.