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Best of Flashpoints- Week of 5/10 – 5/14/10

Posted on May 14, 2010 by Flashpoints

This week on the Best of Flashpoints, historian and author Norman Finkelstein talks about his new book, This Time We Went Too Far: Truth and Consequences of the Gaza Invasion; British-Iraqi hip hop artist Lowkey discusses the merging of music, activism and the information war when it comes to Western policies in the Middle East; an in-depth conversation with Bedouin-Palestinian lawyer Rawia Abu Rabia, who talks about the untold stories of ongoing ethnic cleansing and legalized discrimination in Israel against its indigenous citizens; and Jesse Strauss speaks with two UC Berkeley students, on hunger strike to protest Arizona’s racist anti-immigrant legislation. All this straight ahead on this week’s Best of Flashpoints, stay tuned.

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