Tag Archives: TV

American TV series to be filmed at settlements in Silwan | #BDS @NBS!

Silwanic | Monday, November 18, 2013 | 22:42 Silwan, Jerusalem (SILWANIC) —The Keshet production company in coordination with the Jerusalem Municipality and Israeli Ministry of Economy is getting ready to film a new drama series for American network NBC in the settlement outpost “City of David” that is established at the entrance of Silwan south […]

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The “Online Checkpoint” attacks again: Al-Aqsa TV channel Facebook page removed

[ PIC 03/08/2013 – 11:38 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Facebook administration has removed al-Aqsa TV channel page, although its Facebook fan page was available and had grown by 116,000 fans. Al-Aqsa TV channel condemned this arbitrary measure that came without any justification or real explanation, stressing that it will not succeed to undermine its voice. […]

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VIDEO | @DocJazzMusic about the Nakba: “A thief always has a story” – with English subs

Published on Jun 16, 2013 On June 4, 2013, Doc Jazz was interviewed in the program OBA Live during his visit to the Netherlands. Most of the questions were related to the Palestinian cause, and these parts of the conversation have been compiled in this video. The interview is in Dutch, but English subtitles have […]

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Israeli TV Report to improve the occupation’s image (Let’s abolish that report right away!)

[ PIC 21/04/2013 – 11:50 AM ] NAZARETH, (PIC)– The Israeli military censor has allowed the Israeli Channel 2 television crew to document Palestinian children’s arrest process in al-Khalil for allegedly throwing stones in an attempt to demonstrate the “Israeli positive image” during arrest processes. The Israeli TV report tried to improve the Israeli soldier’s […]

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VIDEO | In-depth conversation on US Middle-East policy with Rashid Khalidi ~ by Palestine Studies TV

April 15, 2013 Palestine Studies TV host Omar Baddar sits down with Dr. Rashid Khalidi, Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies, Columbia University, and editor of the Journal of Palestine Studies, to discuss past and present U.S. Middle-East policy as well as his new book, “Brokers of Deciet: How the U.S. Has Undermined Peace […]

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#PalHunger | Doc Jazz’s (@docjazzmusic) song ‘HUNGRY’ on Dubai TV

#FreeSamer | Global action to save the life of Hunger striker Samer Issawi Musical Intifada | 24 February 2013 | by Dr. Tariq Shadid aka Doc Jazz If it hadn’t been for the attentiveness of Dr. Lina El Houssein in the Netherlands, we might never have known – but Doc Jazz’s song ‘HUNGRY’ was played […]

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Originally posted on Dispatches from the Underclass:
Palestinian prisoner Samer Issawi, 33, embarked on a hunger strike over 203 days ago to protest Israel’s inhumane treatment of detainees, making it one of the longest hunger strikes in human history. If you’re wondering why you haven’t heard of Samer Issawi, it’s probably because western media outlets…

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Palestinian Journalist Forum condemns Al-Asir TV channel director’s arrest

[ PIC 18/05/2012 – 10:32 AM ] GAZA,(PIC)– The Palestinian Journalist Forum condemned the arrest of Al-Asir TV channel managing director Baha Mosa and the confiscation of its equipment after storming its headquarter in Jenin in occupied West Bank. “It seems that the occupation, which was forced by the prisoners’ steadfastness to respond on their […]

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Aqsa TV goes off the air at night for lack of power

[ PIC 22/03/2012 – 09:15 AM ] GAZA, (PIC)– The Aqsa satellite channel announced on Wednesday night that it would be off the air during the night hours due to the lack of power and fuel shortage in the Gaza Strip. The Aqsa TV apologized to its viewers for the step and broadcasted a photo […]

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Children’s TV News Coming to Ramallah

WAFA MARCH 4 2012 By Filistin Remawi RAMALLAH, March 4, 2012 (WAFA) – With the help of the German Goethe Institute and in cooperation with al-Quds University’s Institute for Modern Media children’s TV news is coming to Ramallah. Under the title “Prix Jeunesse” (Youth Prize), the Goethe Institute started on Sunday a three-day workshop in […]

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US, France seek answers after Israel raids TV stations

MAAN NEWS AGENCY MAR 2 2012 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Israeli raids on two Palestinian television stations on Wednesday has drawn international concern from media freedom groups and foreign governments who have contributed to the channels. The US is trying to establish the reason for the raids, US State Dept. spokeswoman Victoria Nuland told reporters Thursday. […]

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Fatah calls Israeli raids on TV stations “state terrorism”

MEMO March 1 2012 A spokesman for Fatah’s Office of Information and Culture, Ahmed Assaf, has described Israel’s raids on the Watan and Al-Quds TV stations as “state terrorism” and a violation of international laws that guarantee freedom of information. In a media statement, Mr. Assaf said, “The attacks carried out by the Israeli occupation […]

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Palestine’s Telecommunications Ministry: Israeli Reasons for Raid on TV Stations Baseless

QNA Mar 1 2012 Ramallah, March 01 (QNA) – The Palestinian Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology (MTIT) Thursday denied Israeli claims that Palestinian television broadcast frequencies disrupt airport and wireless communications. It said these claims were baseless and stressed that there is no way that TV transmission could technically affect airport operations or wireless […]

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Abbas slams Israel’s raid on Palestinian TV stations

Palestinian caretaker Prime Minister Salam Feyadh (L) inspects the damage Israeli troops caused after they raided the al-Watan Television station in the city of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank on February 29, 2012. PRESS TV Thu Mar 1, 2012 1:14AM GMT The acting Palestinian Authority chief, Mahmoud Abbas, has condemned the Israeli military’s raid […]

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PA: Israel seizing broadcast frequencies

MAAN NEWS AGENCY FEB 29 2012 BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) – The Palestinian Authority is describing Wednesday’s raids on TV networks in the occupied West Bank as the possible beginning of a “frequency war” over limited broadcasting space. The confiscation of equipment from Watan TV and Al-Quds Educational TV deprives Palestinians of their right to have frequencies […]

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