Shows featuring Zaki Chehab

  • Gaza Suffers Most Intense Bombardment of 18-Day Israeli Assault Gazachildweb
    Residents of Gaza suffered the most intense bombardment of the eighteen-day war last night as Israeli warplanes carried out strikes throughout the Gaza Strip. The Palestinian death toll is now at least 930. More than 4,000 Palestinians have been injured. Thirteen Israelis have died over the past eighteen days. We speak with journalist Zaki Chehab, author of Inside Hamas: The Untold Story of the...
    January 13, 2009 | Story
  • Zaki Chehab on "Inside Hamas: The Untold Story of the Militant Islamic Movement" Hamas20070522
    As Israel warns Hamas that none of its leaders are safe from assassination strikes, we talk to Zaki Chehab on the founding of Hamas and how Israel once directly backed the militant group in an attempt to counter Yasser Arafat. Zaki Chehab is the political editor of the London-based Al-Hayat newspaper and the Arabic TV channel LBC. [includes rush transcript]
    May 22, 2007 | Story
  • Death Toll Reaches 80 in Lebanon as Troops Shell Palestinian Refugee Camp in Battle with Fatah al-Islam Lebanoncamp20070522
    Christian Science Monitor reporter Nicholas Blanford reports from outside the Nahr al-Bared camp on the deadliest internal violence in Lebanon since the civil war ended in 1990. We also speak with journalist Zaki Chehab, who grew up in a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon. [includes rush transcript]
    May 22, 2007 | Story
  • Roisin McAliskey
    Irish civil rights leader Bernadette Devlin McAliskey’s 25-year-old
    pregnant daughter — Roisin — sits in an isolated high security
    prison in London, England. She’s awaiting extradition to Germany on
    charges that she attempted to murder 150 British soldiers as part
    of an IRA commando operation last year.

    Roisin’s supporters say she’s been framed because of her...

    March 17, 1997 | Story
  • Potato Famine Was Genocide
    Irish activists, human rights groups, and lawyers are organizing to
    win official recognition that the Irish potato famine of the
    mid-19th century was genocide. Already some public schools are now
    teaching that the Irish potato famine which claimed an estimated
    million lives was a deliberate act of genocide by the British
    government. And activists are even planning to stage an
    international tribunal...
    March 17, 1997 | Story