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Palestinian Scholar, Zarefah Ramzy Baroud Interviewd by Center for Freedom and Justice – Colorado

January 5, 2021

Zarefah Ramzy Baroud

The Center for Freedom and Justice – Colorado (CFJ-Colorado) – plans to go live, doing live interviews on Facebook and YouTube that will also be available to watch afterwards.

The interview will take place on Monday, January 11, 2021 at 7 pm MST. It will be posted afterwards both on Facebook and YouTube

Access to the live interview sign up:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CFJColorado/live/

YouTube: https://www.facebook.com/CFJColorado/live/

In the first interview, in what will be seires of interviews,  CFJ-Colorado will itnerview Zarefah Ramzy Baroud. She will discuss the situation of children incarcerated in Israeli prisons – 1/3 of which come from the town of Beit Ummar in the West Bank…and why the United States Congress has not cut funding to Israel for such actions, although it is specified in the Leahy Amendment.

Gary Anderson from CFJ-Colorado, water engineer with rich experience in the Middle East, will interview Baroud. She wrote her Masters thesis on U.S. military aid to Israel. The interview will discuss the Leahy Laws, provide background on how U.S. aid is being used to harm Palestinian children, and tackle the issue of what can be done.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 14, 2021 10:58 am

    Rob, just notified of your positive comments on my latest blogpost about Israel/Palestine. Coming from one who knows so much more about the reality there I consider that high praise. Thanks, John

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