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July 25, 2008

Iranian Jewish Immigrant Community Likes McCainThis is a Podcasts post

Immigrant communities in the US, whether able to vote or not, have so far played a public role in this year's elections. Many, fed up with US foreign policy, are looking to the incoming president, whomever it may be, for change. One such community is the large Iranian-American Jewish community, the majority of whom live in California. A recent article and podcast, in the The Jewish Journal, focuses on the opinions of that community and their concerns with foreign policy.

June 23, 2008

AFRICOM: African Officers to be Invited to Serve in New US Africa Command

Aggregated from: AfricanLoft » USA

PODCAST: The chief of the new U.S. military command for Africa [AFRICOM] says he will invite African military officers to serve at his headquarters, once the operation gets up and running. VOA Pentagon Correspondent Al Pessin interviewed the commander, General William Ward. Take a listen: ...

June 13, 2008

Podcast: Interview with an American Jew in Iran

Aggregated from: Mideast Youth - Thinking Ahead » USA

A few days ago I interviewed Tori Egherman for our latest podcast, which is now published on our podcasting site. You may listen to it here. Tori was an active author at Mideast Youth for a long time and you may read her previous posts here (under a pseudonym.) Share This ...

June 10, 2008

Kenyans Welcome Obama’s Democratic Party Nomination

Aggregated from: AfricanLoft

Kenyans, who have long followed the career of Barack Obama, welcomed the news of the senator clinching the Democratic nomination for president Tuesday night. Derek Kilner has more from Nairobi. Take a listen: Share This ...

May 2, 2008

India, USA: Is there really a food crisis?

Aggregated from: Global Voices Online » U.S.A.

In a podcast interview Kamla Bhatt talks with Lal David Rai, a second generation farmer of Mexican-Punjabi-Indian origin on the perceived shortage of rice in the USA and the global food shortage. ...

April 29, 2008

Comments related to Iran: Wipe out vs Obliterated

Aggregated from: Iran News Blog

Listen to this article. Powered by Odiogo.com We Iranians have now gotten used to politicians throwing the name of Iran, and misrepresenting Iran. Obviously one is lead to believe that both the 'Obliterated' comment will be seen along side the 'Wipe Out' comment from now on....

April 20, 2008

Teleconference with American students, Part II

Aggregated from: Mideast Youth - Thinking Ahead » USA

Hey everyone, after a slight delay our second teleconference with American students is ready for your listening enjoyment. Participating in the conference are Esra’a, Liz and myself. Our first conference was very successful and we’ve followed it up with what I believe to be an even bette...

March 10, 2008

Podcast: Teleconference with American high school students

Aggregated from: Mideast Youth - Thinking Ahead » USA

A while ago I announced that we were going to have a Skype conference with a few students from Pennsylvania. D.B shortly wrote a follow-up to that after the conference call, and this is the third follow-up with the actual podcast! Here are some great photos to go along with it: Share This ...

February 21, 2008

The Editor of the Daily Times in Pakistan talks about US-Pakistan Relations Post-Elections

Aggregated from: The Talk Radio News Service

icon for podpress Standard Podcast: Hide Player | Play in Popup | Download Najam Sethi, the editor of the Daily Times in Pakistan discusses the importance of privacy in between US-Pakistani relations. (0:25)...