Two Syrian women now based in North America tell the history of the regime and the resistance against it, criticize the regime’s response, and tell what kind of government they are planning for after its fall.

Featuring:

Afraa Jalabi, Syrian-Canadian journalist and peace advocate; Mohja Kahf, writer and Assoc. Professor of Comparative Literature and Middle East studies at the University of Arkansas.

Interview by Kate Raphael, originally recorded for KPFA Women’s Magazine; editing for WINGS by Frieda Werden

ON WINGS | October 27, 2012 | 2:30 pm

Syria

Two Syrian women now based in North America tell the history of the regime and the resistance against it, criticize the regime’s response, and tell what kind of government they are planning for after its fall.

Featuring:

Afraa Jalabi, Syrian-Canadian journalist and peace advocate; Mohja Kahf, writer and Assoc. Professor of Comparative Literature and Middle East studies at the University of Arkansas.

Interview by Kate Raphael, originally recorded for KPFA Women’s Magazine; editing for WINGS by Frieda Werden

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