The plight of Syrian refugees in Germany and the 30 year anniversary of the murder by Israeli extremists of Palestinian American Christian Alex Odeh in Santa Ana, California. Guests include Kelly Hayes-Raita and ADC Midwest Director Fatina Abdrabboh
By Ray Hanania
The Arab Daily News Radio Show, Friday Oct. 9, 2015 with host Ray Hanania.
Hanania interviews author Kelly Hayes-Raitt about her upcoming book “Living Large in Limbo,” a look at the Iraqi refugees, and her writings recently not he tragedy of Syrian and other refugees making their way through Germany.
At 8:30 AM EST we talk with Fatina Abdrabboh the Midwest Director of Michigan’s Chapter of ADC on the 30th anniversary of the murder of Alex Odeh, who was killed on Oct. 11, 1985. Although the FBI and police agencies believe they know who the killers are, two of the suspects are reportedly living under Israeli protection in the Israeli settlement of Kiryat Arba (Qiryat Arba), living among the settler terrorists and fanatics who are funded and supported by the Israeli government.
The FBI has a $1 million reward for information leading to the arrest and convictions of the killers of Odeh who died when a bomb exploded in his offices in Santa Ana, California. Kiryat Arba is located near occupied Hebron in the Occupied West Bank where some of the most vicious Israeli settler terrorists continue to operate and plan terrorism and violence against Christians and Muslims with the backing of the Israeli government and the protection of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF).
Kiryat Arba is a base for settler terrorism and violence against Christian and Muslims living in the Israeli Occupied West Bank. Some of the worst terrorists live there and are protected by the Israeli military.
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Don’t forget that ADC Michigan also has an event Nov. 13, 2015 at Byblos Banquets in Dearborn with some great speakers including the Rev. Jeremiah Wright.
Broadcast live on WNZK AM 690 radio in Greater Detroit and in Washington DC on AM 700 radio. Hanania’s show is live on the 2nd Friday of every month with special shows scheduled and publicized on the Arab Daily News website.
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