Letters and Politics

The Closing of the Palestinian Office in Washington. Then, The Canonization of Salvadoran Archbishop Romero

A conversation with Hakam Takash about the closing of the Palestinian mission in Washington D.C. by the Trump Administration.  The reason Trump said he ordered the closing, is because Palestine had not done enough for peace negotiations with Israel.

Guest: Hakam Takash, was a top diplomat for the Palestinian Consular’s affairs office.

Then, we talk about Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero, who will be canonized by Pope Francis this Weekend.

Guest: Matt Eisenbrandt is a human-rights attorney.  He served as the Center for Justice and Accountability’s Legal Director and a member of the trial team against one of Óscar Romero’s killers.  Matt Eisenbrandt is currently a special adviser to the Canadian Centre for International Justice, where he previously served as Legal Director, he is author of Assassination of a Saint: The Plot to Murder Oscar Romero and the Quest to Bring his Killers to Justice.

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