I appeared on RT Friday talking about the High Court’s ruling backing the University of Southampton’s decision to censor an academic conference that included speakers critical of Israel. I had reported the story from court for The Electronic Intifada.
I talked to South African radio station Voice of the Cape about Al Jazeera’s publication of leaked South African intelligence service documents that largely concerned Israel.
I spoke to the South African Muslim community radio station Voice of the Cape about Hamas’ now-famous attack on the Nahal Oz Israeli military base near Gaza. The video we discuss is embedded below. I also wrote a column about the incident.
Here is my latest appearance on Analysis, a current affairs programme that airs on the Islam Channel.
Watch part one here (they have disabled embedding so you’ll have to click the link). Here is part two:
Just came across this from when I was on the Islam Channel last month:
Note this discussion took place before last night’s news about the French team’s contrary report. But note also that the Swiss report (you can read it in full here), which concluded Arafat died from polonium poisoning, remains the only published forensic investigation of Arafat’s remains. Here is Clayton Swisher’s latest report.
After my story for Al Akhbar English about the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Russia Today asked to do to the above interview with me about the case, released on their website today.
UPDATE: The problems I detail below have now been resolved. Fair play to RT, they corrected the page I complained about less than two hours after I posted the item below. To clarify: I have no problem with the edit of the interview itself, it’s well done. It’s also running on the live channel itself every hour on the half hour today, I’m told.
After my story for Al Akhbar English about the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Russia Today asked to do to the above interview with me about the case, released on their website today. The interview itself is fine, however, I take issue with the written summary of the interview RT published on their site. Specifically:
- I did not say “the sources of such information [on the dead in Syria] are highly questionable”.
- I did not blame “Syrian activists for speaking on the situation in Syria the way the West wants”.
- I certainly did not say “human rights activists cannot necessarily be trusted”. I did cast doubt on some of the claims of a certain Mussab Azzawi.
In short, watch the interview rather than trusting the article.
Al-Hiwar’s English language programme Jussor (Bridges) had me on to speak in some detail about the political persecution of Palestinian political-religious activist and leader Raed Salah in the UK.
Me on Press TV’s book review show “Epilogue”. Ken Livingstone leads a discussion between Dr Salman Sayyid & myself about Raja Shehadeh‘s book “Strangers in the House”.
Part 1: (parts 2 and 3 after the break)