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Global Crisis Watch - June 18, 2007   
Wednesday, June 20 2007

Clandestine

Global Crisis Watch
June 18, 2007 | Episode #50
Chaos in Gaza, Somalia and Iraq

Chaos in Gaza amidst fears of an Israeli military intervention,
martyrdom attacks continue in Somalia, and continuing violence in
Iraq. Guests: Dr. Mustafa El-Hawi, al-Aqsa University in Gaza City,
Nir Boms, Center for Freedom in the Middle East in Tel Aviv,
Somalia expert Dahir Jibreel in Minneapolis, and Daveed
Gartenstein-Ross, Foundation for the Defense of Democracies in
Washington.

Link: http://www.GlobalCrisisWatch.com/gcw/gcw_070618.mp3
40:00 minutes | 19.0 Megs

Playlist
Armand Amar - Ricardo's Deportation
Thomas Newman - Ghosts
Shigeru Umebayashi - Shoujyo
Harry Gregson-Williams - From the Western Woods to Beaversdam

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Global Crisis Watch is an independent 30-minute current affairs and
news podcast focusing on the Global War on Terror, the War of
Ideas, and indigenous pro-democracy efforts around the world.
Hosted by Nick Grace and Sasha Eckstein in Washington, DC, the
show features interviews with brave activists and journalists about
terrorism, democratization, and indigenous efforts to promote
freedom and liberty.


 


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