Course Correction S2: Palestine, Israel and the courage of dialogue
In this episode, host Nelufar Hedayat examines the power and limitations of dialogue with three people working to create justice and equality in Israel and Palestine. She speaks with rapper Tamer Nafar, a Palestinian who lives in Israel, about how he uses music to call attention to the lives of his fellow Palestinians in Israel. Then she speaks with Hussein Agha, an advisor to Palestinian leaders who has worked in peace negotiations, about the need to translate dialogue into action. Finally she talks to Robi Damelin, an Israeli activist who brings together Palestinians and Israelis through shared grief and empathy.
As soon as the Palestinian guy brought up the propagandist and fraudsters BLM I knew where this conversation was going. When you say that violence is subjective by using the "oppressed" and "oppresser" you have fallen into the Marxist idiology which is seen in leftist movements BLM, CRT, LGBT, etc. This conversation is useless because it does not address the fact that Palestinians have no right to the land of Israel.