Voices of the Middle East and North Africa

Voices of the Middle East and North Africa – November 3, 2004

Middle East Radio Project hosts talk to Bay Area Arab-American activist Fadi Saba, who is also a member of the KPFA Local Station Board, about the election results and what it means for the people from the Middle East in the US and for the region. Also, Dr. Vera Saeedpour, an American, established the Kurdish Program in 1981 and the Kurdish Library and Museum in 1986 in Brooklyn, New York joins the program to give a view of elections, events and the impact of these on the Kurds and Kurdistan.
After the initial discussion, hosts open the microphones to the listeners for questions, calls and comments.

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