Ray Hanania’s Podcast: Mainstream & Middle East

09-28-12 Radio Baladi Palestine, Israel, Muslims, bias

Radio Baladi Friday Sept. 28, 2012 with Ray Hanania. WNZK AM 690 Radio live. www.RadioBaladi.com.

We talk with listeners about the bias in the American news media and discuss the imbalance in reporting and the failed coverage of the Arab community by the media when it comes to the war crimes of the Government of the State of Israel and the anti-peace efforts of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and how he is no different than the Iranian demagogue President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. We also discuss the lack of effectiveness of the Arab organizations in Washington DC, and the failure to communicate by the Palestine National Authority and the PLO and President Mahmoud Abbas and his speech to the United Nations. We also discuss the need to increase Arab American involvement in the biased and racist American mainstream news media and discuss talking over the Detroit Free Press and the Detroit News to make then hire Arab columnists who can write on a daily basis and tell the American people the truth about the hatred by Israel and Israel's efforts to prevent peace.

09-21-12 RadioBaladi Syrian Humanitarian Aid

Radio Baladi Friday Sept. 21, 2012 www.RadioBaladi.com with Ray Hanania.

8 AM (Detroit): We interview Dr. Malaz Alatassi and Dr. Opada AlZohaili about the efforts of American Syrians to raise funds for humanitarian and medical support of the people of Syria. How bad is the crisis in Syria? Alatassi and AlZohaili work with the Syrian Sunrise Foundation and the Syrian American Medical Society. Click to read more

8:45 am We interview P. David Lopez, as General Counsel of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). He was nominated by President Obama on Oct. 22, 2009, and given a recess appointment on March 27, 2010, and confirmed by the Senate on December 22, 2010. Mr. Lopez is the first field staff attorney to be appointed as General Counsel.

09-14-12 Radio Baladi Rashida Tlaib and protests

Radio Baladi www.RadioBaladi.com with Ray Hanania Friday Sept. 14, 2012 WNZK AM 690 radio

8 AM (Detroit): We interview State Rep. Rashida Tlaib who discusses the aftermath of the Democratic Convention.

8:30 am We discuss the racist inflamatory hate speech of Nakoula Basseley Nakoula a racist Coptic Christian anti-Semite who claimed to be an "Israeli filmmaker" named "Sam Bacile" in Los Angeles and his hateful film against Islam "Innoncence of Islam" which has incited protests in the Muslim World and provoked violent reactions. Why hasn't anyone arrested Bacile and charged him with a hate crime? Why are there no consequences when Israelis commit criminal acts of racism, anti-Semitism and hatred in violation of American hate laws? Why is there a double standard that allows Israelis and pro-Israeli activists to commit crimes while innocent Arabs and Muslims are rounded up, prosecuted on trumped up phony charges and jailed without trial or First Amendment Protections? Now that he has been identified as a racist Coptic Christian, likely he will be charged.


09-07-12 Radio Baladi Presidential Conventions

Ray Hanania discusses the failings of American Democracy, the illegal vote held to change the Democratic Convention Platform to include Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel, the slipshod actions of Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villagairosa, and the failure of Mitt Romney and Barack Obama to embrace justice. Hanania talks about how ineffective American Arabs and Muslims are, and chastizes the poor leadership of the Washington American Arab organizations and the biased national Muslim organizations in this episode of Radio baladi on WNZK AM 690 radio in Detroit. Friday Sept. 7, 2012. www.RadioBaladi.com. www.TheMediaOasis.com

09-02-12 Radio Chicagoland GOP Convention

Radio Chicagoland Sunday Sept. 2, 2012 WSBC AM 1240 and WCFJ AM 1470 radio in Chicago Heights. www.RadioChicagoland.com

Host Ray Hanania with Kheir Fakhreldin and Big Jon Vic.

Guests included 8 am Adam Woodward of the Oak Lawn Children's Museum.

8:30 am Edith Garwood of Amnesty International discusses the Israeli ruling rejecting civil rights claims in the death of American Citizen Rachel Corrie who was murdered by an Israeli soldier during a non-violent protest to protect the home of Palestinian civilians in the Occupied Gaza Strip. A politically motivated Israeli judge ruled that Corrie was responsible for her own death, claiming she was in a war zone -- a defense denied to Palestinian resistance who not being in "war zones" are accused of terrorist violence. Hypocrites.

Columnists 8:45 am Ruben Navarrette and 9 am Monroe Anderson discuss the aftermath of the Republican National Convention. Topics include Mitt Romney's speech, Clint Eastwood's antics, Paul Ryan, Ron Paul, Sarah Palin, former President George W. Bush. President Obama and more.

Hanania and Fakhreldin also have a chair in the studio that they use to talk to Clint Eastwood to bring out his hatred of liberals, Gays, minorities. Was Gran Torino, the 2008 movie, really a Clint Eastwood memoir rather than a fiction film?