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Kazerooni, Prince and the Kairouan Kid Talk About Tunisia on KGNU

November 24, 2010


Last night (November 23, 2010) on KGNU Boulder (Boulder, Colorado’s public radio station) Jim Nelson, host of Hemispheres along with Ibrahim Kazerooni and myself discussed the sorry human rights situation in Tunisia.

The program was somehow (but how?) downloaded and now appears at a site called `Nawaa: Daily News Alerts About Tunisia’ . You’ll find our program among the November 24 emissions. You might have to scroll down a bit, but it is there.The program runs for nearly a full hour. It includes an interview with an organizer for a Tunisian human rights organization here in the USA, called `Free Tunisia.Org’ that we simply refer to as `The Kairouan Kid’ as well as commentary by Ibrahim Kazerooni and myself.

Apparently, this particular site is often de-stabilized by the Tunisian government. (Wonder, if the Washington Media Group has anything to do with it?). So it changes its site address frequently. If you do not find the website, you might try clicking here. Go to the November 24, 2010 entries. Our program is the second entry for that day

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  1. November 24, 2010 3:45 pm

    many thanks for the amazing talk show. Great job! Well regarding our posterous page, and as you said, we are changing the URl few times a week, after they get censored. The current link to the audio file is at

    But we will change that link as soon as it get blocked. We will cross-post the audio file on other platforms and I’ll keep you updated.

    Our official blog is at

    cheers and keep on the great work

    sami ben gharbia

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