Carla Ortiz is a Bolivian actress and filmmaker who spent 8 months in Syria working on her upcoming film titled Voice of Syria, which will be released later this year and will show Carla's interactions with the people of Syria through her various expeditions through the country. In this interview, Carla shares stories from her travels through Syria, answers questions...
Al-Masdar Podcast 14- Allison Pointer: Black Lives Matter, the Dallas Shootings, and racial inequality in America
This week we had a chance to talk to Allison Pointer, a Black Lives Matter activist and independent journalist in Dallas, Texas. Ms. Pointer recounts her experience the night of the Dallas Shootings and also comments on the misunderstandings of the Black Lives Matter movement as well as the reactionary "All Lives Matter" and "Blue Lives Matter" movements.
Brandon Turbeville is a writer out of Florence, South Carolina. He is the author of seven books, The Road To Damascus- The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, Codex Alimentarius- The End of Health Freedom, Seven Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions, The Difference It Makes: 36 Reasons Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President, and Dispatches From A Dissident Vol. 1 and 2....
This week we were joined with Mohammed Nimr Al-Nimr, son of the famed cleric Sheikh Nimr. Mohammed discusses the life and legacy of his father, the treatment of Saudi Shia, Saudi Arabia's role in fueling sectarian conflicts around the globe, and Saudi Arabia's controversy involving the 9/11 report.
This week we are joined with Kaylar Michaelian, the permanent representative from Nagorno-Karabakh to Australia, as we discuss the escalating situation in the region. Mr. Michaelian is the Chairman of Armenia Media, Inc. and the former Principal of Galstaun College. Mr. Michaelian recieved his Commission from President Bako Sahakyan on October 20th of 2015.
In this week's installment of the Al-Masdar Podcast, Brad Blankenship is joined with Dr. Max Abrahms to discuss his structural model of terrorism, one that is radically different from our basic intuitions. Also joining us is Mojtaba Masood, providing his experience and insights into the discussion. Dr. Abrahms is an assistant professor of political science at Northeastern University. Dr. Abrahms...
Steve Oshana is the Executive Director of a "A Demand for Action", a Washington-based lobby group focused on helping Assyrians in Syria/Iraq struggling against violence. On Monday (3/14/16), A Demand for Action was able to help the House of Representatives pass H.Con.Res 75 by 393-0.
In this week's podcast, Brad Blankenship converses with Sharmine Narwani on the subjects of the Syrian peace talks and the role of the Kurds. Sharmine is a distinguished writer, analyst, and commentator covering the geopolitics of the Middle East.
Doctor Ryan Salzman is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Northern Kentucky University and an analyst for Freedom House. His research focuses mostly on news media as well as political behavior in Latin America. Ryan has published work on media and Latino politics in the United States, as well. His work on attitudes related to the judicial systems of...
In this week's podcast me and Paul Antonopoulos have a candid discussion with the widely known political activist, Mimi Al-Laham, about Syria and other topics. You can check out her YouTube channel here. She has been described by Al-Arabiya as a "Kardashian wannabe trolling for Assad" which is an exceptional compliment. Enjoy the podcast!
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