Please join me Monday, April 28 at 3:00 PM PDT on Santa Cruz's very own "Mideast Migraines" show on Free Radio. I'll have Mr. David Vickery on the line from Taroudannt, Morocco in northwest Africa. Vickery, who hails originally from Ontario, lived for over two years in the West Bank Palestine city of Nablus, where he experienced first hand an Israeli invasion which wrecked havoc and caused widespread destruction; he was unduly restricted by curfew and eventually deported from Israel. Vickery will take your phone calls and answer questions.
This interview is the replacement program from an earlier attempt to connect adequately through Skype a few weeks ago.
This is a serious, and sincere, two hour long show. It is presented by a Palestinian-American whose father was a Jerusalem-born Christian. The stated aim of this endeavour is to help establish peace, justice and where applicable, reconciliation among the various parties of this ongoing debacle in the Holy Land. Please note, the views expressed on this program reflect the opinions and sentiment of this American-Arab, and make no pretense of being painstakingly balanced or objective.
Details for tuning into the show, which is also available online, follow...
Free Radio Santa Cruz, 101.3 FM (Reception is limited to the environs of the city of Santa Cruz), OR streaming live at http://WWW.freakradio.org
(Click on the RED OVAL appearing at the top of the pictured transmitter on the homepage; you also may have to use an audio program, such as RealPlayer, to connect successfully to the streaming program [clicking on the word, "listen", on that page WILL NOT work].)
More options to assist in online reception:
Use this hyperlink if you use dsl line: http://audio.str3am.com:5110
If you use a modem, also known as dial-up, use this hyperlink: http://audio.str3am.com:5100
You need to put one of these hyperlinks or URLs in your application program that you use for stream reception, i.e. WinAmp, Windows Media Player, ITunes, etc. under something like "Open URL" or "Play URL." (If you put the above URLs in a webpage, then click on "Listen" on the Shoutcast page.)
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