Ray Hanania’s Podcast: Mainstream & Middle East

12-28-12 Radio baladi

Radio Baladi with host Ray Hanania Friday Dec. 28, 2012 on WNZK AM 690 radio. www.RadioBaladi.com

Discuss the apathy of American Christians and their abandonment of Christian Arabs in the Middle East and especially under Israeli oppressive occupation in Bethlehem. The top headlines of 2012 from the Middle East, Arabian food and New Year's Resolutions.

12-21-12 Radio Baladi Elections

Radio Baladi Friday Dec. 21, 2012 8 am WNZK AM 690 Radio in Detroitland, Michigan. Detroit. Deaborn. Livonia. With host Ray Hanania

We discuss Democracy in the Arab and Muslim World, in Egypt and ask why so many Arabs in America fail to vote. Elections. Voting. Vote. Why are there no Arab columnists writing for major mainstream American newspapers? In Detroit or in Chicago?


12-14-12 Radio Baladi Egypt Ali Younes

Radio Baladi Friday Dec. 14, 2012, discussing the future of Egypt and Democracy and other related issues including the defeat of Susan Rice as President Obama's Secretary of State and the possible appointment of Sen. John Kerry, a much better choice, to replace her as the nominee. We also discuss the bias at Politico.com news wen site which censors Arab and American views critical of Israel, a foreign country.

Our guest is Ali Younes, the awardwinning columnist with AlArabiya.net. Hosted by Ray Hanania. www.RadioBaladi.com

We discuss the challenges facing Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's first Democratically elected president and the anger of his opponents. Maybe Egyptians want a Messiah rather than a President. They don't want a dictator, though, but they are treating Morsi as if he were a dictator rather than a democratically elected president. Share your views on our facebook page also at www.Facebook.com/radio-baladi

12-07-12 Radio Baladi Egypt Emanuel

Radio Baladi Friday Dec. 7, 2012 on WNZK AM 690 radio in Detroit. Live. With Ray Hanania. www.RadioBaladi.com

Hanania discusses the turmoil in Egypt and protests against Egypt's President Morsi, the return of Khaled Mashaal the leader of Hamas to Gaza and Israel's continued war crimes against Palestinian civilians, and the anti-Arab policies of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. (Read column?)