Joseph Farah, editor and CEO of WorldNetDaily.com, will be interviewed
BBC World Service (British Broadcasting Co.) radio today, about the raging conflict in the Middle East.
Farah, a veteran journalist of Arab-American descent, set off an international firestorm with three recent commentaries:
"Myths of the
"More myths of the Middle East" and
"An open letter to Arafat." Translated into a dozen languages, Farah's writings on the subject have been the focus of debates on network television in the U.S. and have been discussed widely on talk radio in Israel.
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Farah will be facing off with Dr. Ghada Karmi, a Palestinian academic and activist living in Britain. Karmi is head of Britain's Palestinian Community Association and an associate fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London.
The interview will air today in four editions of the "Newshour" show, hosted by Julian Marshall, on BBC World Radio. The
program can be
heard live on the Internet at 7 am, 8 am, 3 pm and 4 pm Eastern time (1200, 1300, 2000 and 2100 GMT). After each edition's live broadcast, the program can then be heard online at any time for the rest of the day.
BBC's "Newshour" is also rebroadcast by many
National Public Radio stations, as well as on short wave.