In this episode of Occupied Thoughts podcast, FMEP’s Lara Friedman speaks with preeminent journalist Dalia Hatuqa about Palestinian domestic politics, this week’s normalization “summit” in the Negev, and the long-feared/long-predicted escalation of tensions/violence in the entire area between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River, coinciding with Ramadan, Easter, and Passover, which many fear will turn into an even bloodier re-play of the events of summer 2021.
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Recorded March 31, 2022
Dalia is a multimedia journalist specializing in Israeli/Palestinian affairs, and regional Middle East issues as they pertain to business and economics, culture, art and U.S. foreign policy. She also writes about religion, minorities and immigration in the U.S. You can read her work in major outlets around the world, including the Washington Post, Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, NPR, BBC, the New York Review of Books, The Economist, Time, the Nation, the Intercept, Jewish Currents, the Guardian, and Al Jazeera, to name just a few.
You can see her full bio and a compendium of her work at https://www.daliahatuqa.com
You can follow also follow her on Twitter at @DaliaHatuqa
The article discussed in the first part of the podcast:
Foreign Policy 3/24/22: Abbas Is Destroying Democracy to Ensure His Successor Supports Israel