10-11-19 Kurds, UN General Assembly, Respecting religion
Radio host and award winning columnist Ray Hanania discusses the opening of the UN 74th General Assembly and offers some interesting observations about the huge UN body in New York City …
Hanania also discusses Arab World gestures that separate Judaism from Israel’s racist government policies, such as the New Year greeting offered by Saudi Ambassador to Washington D.C. Her Highness Reema Bandar al-Saud (Princess Reema) to the Jewish people for the start of Rosh Shashana (Jewish New Year) and the 10-day Jewish holidays leading up to Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.
And, of course Hanania talks about the uncertainty about the Kurds, their role in the Middle East and their longstanding rivalry with Turkey dating back to the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, and the history of betrayals not just by the Trump administration but by presidents going back to the 1990 Iraq war when Bush and then Clinton abandoned the Kurds to Saddam Hussein's wrath.
This show was broadcast live on radio Friday October 11, 2019 on WNZK AM 690 Radio in Greater Detroit, Michigan.
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