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I'm Sam and I'm the creator of The Arabic In 60 Steps Program. It's lovely to meet you! Please enjoy the show! You are definitely busy. Because everyone is. Me too. But if you think for a second that you are too busy to learn Arabic or that it's too late, then I've got your back. On this podcast, you'll find Arabic lessons of all lengths. Some perfect for your commute, some for your lunch break or gym session. In addition to that, I am a teacher by nature and I'm here to answer your question ...
 
The Habibis is three game developers drinking some good Arab Tea for what should be about fourty minutes, inshallah, each week, inshallah. Fawzi Mesmar, Osama Dorias, and Rami Ismail discuss games and media and life as Arabs living all around the big world.
 
Learn Arabic with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at ArabicPod101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
 
Simply great audio moments that is what TheJamesCast is all about. Cars, medicine, DIY, tech and great conversations to motivate is what James pulls into informative, educational and absolutely entertaining moments to distract you from the mundane and put a smile on your face. Intro music is by Dex Piecowye (piecowyedex@gmail.com Additional music by ArchesAudio.com
 
Showcasing the latest developments in the realm of academic and professional research and literature, about the Middle East and global affairs. We discuss Israeli, Arab and Palestinian society, the Jewish world, the Middle East and its conflicts, and issues of global and public affairs with scholars, writers and deep-thinkers.
 
Learn spoken Levantine (Syrian/Lebanese) Arabic with engaging and interesting episodes covering culture, history, politics, and the stories of people from the region. These clips are in slow, simplified spoken Arabic from the Levant, with English interjections to help you along. We also provide Arabic and English transcripts on our website:
 
BULAQ is a podcast about contemporary writing from and about the Middle East and North Africa. We talk about books written in Aleppo, Cairo, Marrakech and beyond. We look at the Arab region through the lens of literature, and we look at literature -- what it does, why it matters, how it relates to society and history and politics -- from the point of view of this part of the world. BULAQ is hosted by Ursula Lindsey and M Lynx Qualey and co-produced by Sowt.
 
Listen to lively stories and inspiring interviews about the history and cultural heritage of Palestine and the ongoing Palestinian struggle for justice and equality. Every Monday a new episode. Subscribe to the mailing list for a weekly update so you never miss an episode. All social media links (facebook, instagram and youtube) and to subscribe to the mail chimp are in one place, easy, on the website www.storiesfrompalestine.info The music for this podcast was made by Zaid Hilal, Palestinia ...
 
Tired of being gaslit by progressive media? Wanna fight back against deceptive narratives being pushed across the globe? At the Lucas Skrobot show we tear down cultural & geopolitical events giving you the context you need to expose the worldviews driving the cultural agendas of our day. Ultimately connecting back to why it matters to your world, and how to order our lives and society to own the future. Join Lucas Skrobot and follow the show on your favorite podcasts app today to understand ...
 
Babel will take you beyond the headlines to discuss what’s really happening in the Middle East and North Africa. It features regional experts who explain what’s going on, provide context on pivotal developments, and highlight trends you may have missed. Jon Alterman, senior vice president, Zbigniew Brzezinski Chair in Global Security and Geostrategy, and director of the Middle East Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies hosts the podcast along with his colleagues from ...
 
The Branch offers a glimpse into the everyday lives of Jews and Arabs in Israel forging meaningful relationships. Presented by Hadassah and hosted by Dina Kraft, The Branch shines a light on the stories of people living the example of a shared society. Together. Even though it’s complicated. Hadassah believes in the power of women for Israel, and that positive stories from Israel can make a powerful impact. Today the Hadassah Medical Organization (HMO) serves 1 million patients a year, regar ...
 
The afikra | عفكرة Podcast features conversations and explorations about the histories and cultures of the Arab world. afikra is a global educational and content platform aimed at promoting intellectual curiosity and understanding about the history & culture of the Arab world. Most episodes are recorded over zoom during our live events. Learn more about joining our community at http://afikra.com Follow us on IG @afikra_
 
The Arab Spring: A History is a podcast seeking to explore just how the Arab Spring happened. If you've ever wondered just what has been happening in the Middle East for the last few years, this is the podcast for you. So, how are we going to do this? We're going to tell the story of the Middle East since 1900, and take it up to the present day. We'll look at a mixture of revolutions, social reform, political developments, global diplomacy and economic boom and bust across the region that at ...
 
In the Simple & Easy Arabic podcast we tell stories in spoken Levantine Arabic that will help you to improve your listening skills. Every episodes starts with new vocabulary and ends with a set of questions about the story. Enjoy! Become a patreon to get full access to the transcripts and get the most out of this learning experience: www.patreon.com/simpleandeasyarabic
 
A brand new podcast from The New Arab, a leading English-language website based in London covering the Middle East, North Africa, Asia, and Arab and Muslim affairs around the world, bringing you news, culture, and lifestyle from these regions and beyond. Mirroring our diverse coverage, the podcast combines storytelling and news analysis to bring our listeners something familiar yet new. Visit our website for more quality journalism: thenewarab.co.uk
 
Arab Talk with Jess and Jamal brings news and analysis of the Arab World and Middle East, as well as issues affecting the Arab American community. Arab Talk broadcasts live every Thursday from 2-3 PM/PT on KPOO, 89.5FM San Francisco. Follow us on Twitter @ArabTalk Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/arab-talk-with-jess-jamal/id1244474570?mt=2
 
Decision Points is a Washington Institute podcast on key moments in Israel's history and present. The first season focused on the history of U.S. Israel relations and the second season focused on key Israeli and Arab leaders. The third season focuses on Israel's toughest contemporary policy dilemmas. The host, David Makovsky is the Ziegler Distinguished Fellow in The Washington Institute's Irwin Levy Family Program on the U.S.-Israel Strategic Relationship and director of the Koret Project o ...
 
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This week’s guest is Lara (@gazangirl), Palestinian activist, lawyer, and co-host of The Palestine Pod. We chat about finding humor in darkness, censorship on Instagram, the right of return for Palestinians, what it means to be “American” as a Palestinian, and so much more. Enjoy psychos!@gazangirl https://www.instagram.com/gazangirl Listen to 'The…
 
This week we have an unfiltered, unedited personal episode with Nadia, Alia, and Ellie in the spirit of last year’s InsecuriTEA series. We discuss our thoughts on the label “activist,” the need for psychological realism in leftist organizing, and our feelings of political, personal, professional, and podcast burnout. We also discuss our respective …
 
Arab Digest editor William Law in conversation with Annelle Sheline, a Research Fellow in the Middle East program at the Quincy Institute in Washington DC. The podcast focusses on the marketing of 'moderate Islam' as a propaganda weapon designed to convince the West and most importantly America that the authoritarian regimes that espouse it are bas…
 
Journalist May Shigenobu discusses controversy over the opening ceremony at the Tokyo Olympics and Japanese politics during an uptick in Coronavirus cases.Jess & Jamal comment on Ben & Jerry’s statement in the New York Times. They also discuss Tunisia’s crisis after its president Kais Saied suspended parliament.…
 
A big change is coming to everything Arabic in 60 steps, Sam of Somalia, My Arabic World, Somali on Lockdown and everything else I do. I have spread myself too thin over the past 5 or 6 years and to best serve my audience and to have more clarity for myself, I need to bring everything together into one personal project. So everything is becoming "S…
 
In this weeks episode of The New Arab Voice, we start with a discussion about the recent revelations of Iranian plots to kidnap an American journalist and the ongoing protests happening in Khuzestan province. Then, we explore Lebanon's economic nightmare and ask how the country ended up in such a state and what the future holds for the country. And…
 
On July 20, 2021, the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations hosted an online discussion exploring "Iran and U.S. Strategy: Looking Beyond the JCPOA." The featured specialist was Center for Strategic and International Studies Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy Dr. Anthony H. Cordesman. Dr. John Duke Anthony and Mr. David Des Roches joined him for …
 
The 1970s were a time of rapid development in the Indian Himalayas. New roads had recently been built, allowing logging companies greater access to the region’s vast, remote forests. Local people made a subsistence livelihood from these woods, and when the trees were cut down they endured erosion, poor farming conditions and catastrophic floods. A …
 
Dr. Jenna and I talk about medical and personal well-being issues. Sometimes we all need to just talk, no judgement, just talk. Jenna and I had set out to talk about medical issues and in the end, what transpired was some much-needed friend chat therapy. The power of conversation is real embrace it! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/th…
 
In 1961, the Washington Post newspaper hired an African American woman as a reporter for the first time. Dorothy Butler Gilliam was only 24 when she got the job. At the time there were hardly any women or minorities working in newsrooms. Most of her white colleagues wouldn’t speak to her, taxis wouldn’t stop for her. Dorothy has been speaking to Fa…
 
Over the weekend, July 29, 2021, marked 100 year anniversary of Hitler's rise to power. The Terrifying news for us in 2021? The path the globe is walking on today bears an eerie resemblance to historical events that gave way to Hitler and the Nazi Germany . . . and the unthinkable atrocities that followed. Time Stamps 00:00 100 Year Anniversary of …
 
When tourists visit Bethlehem, especially in an organized tour, they usually visit the Church of the Nativity and when they are lucky also the Shepherds fields in Beit Sahour, but hardly does the guide take the tourist to visit the Milk Grotto Church. And that's a pity. Because this hidden gem is just a five minutes walk through the Milk Grotto str…
 
In episode 313 astrologer Luís Ribeiro joins the show to explain the astronomy and mathematics underlying the calculation of the different forms of house division in western astrology. We begin with a historical timeline showing when some of the different forms of house division were introduced, who the earliest sources are that mention them, and […
 
Glenn Power and I talk cars in the POWERWORKS podcast. The Chinese-only Lincoln looks spectacular and we hope we can see one in the wild! Joey gives us his thought on his latest rental. Car design has gone mad we think. And much more to inform and entertain! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thejamescast/message…
 
As pandemic restrictions ease in different countries, musicians from across the world discuss how performing live gives them a special connection with audiences.Cellist and singer Abel Selaocoe talks about his Proms concert, called Africa Meets Europe, coming up in London in August – and how he first got involved in music as a boy in Sebokeng, Sout…
 
Meet Sarah, Son, & Malek as they join Rami and returning guest Nuha to talk about Arab representation in games. This episode is a continuation of the Games for Change Panel that they were on, which you can find in full at https://youtu.be/-1Q1bVGIhqU?t=5046. Guests: Sarah - https://twitter.com/MakdadSarah Son - https://twitter.com/bogboogie Malek -…
 
Remembering the earthquake and tsunami which devastated Japan and triggered a nuclear emergency in 2011. Max Pearson, who reported from Japan at the time, presents eyewitness accounts of the disaster which left thousands dead and led to many questioning the future of the country's nuclear industry. Photo: Tsunami smashes into the city of Miyako in …
 
After decades of campaigning in Japan, the pill was finally legalised in 1999. In contrast, the male impotency drug Viagra was approved for use in just six months, and legalised before the contraceptive pill for women. Politician Yoriko Madoka pushed hard for the right to take the pill and told Rebecca Kesby that sexism and male dominance in Parlia…
 
Stockholm Syndrome: Where people fall in love with their captors? Sweeping the captive globe at the cost of the global south; And NORMALIZATION: "Sex educators" push the normalization of sexual deviance (including a Horrific story of state sanctioned pedophilia experiments); and the normalization of demonic experiences and hell. And finally--a powe…
 
With the rise of mindfulness and the growth of brain research, Buddhism and science have become fast friends. Philosopher Evan Thompson is skeptical about the contemporary characterization of Buddhism. His latest book, Why I Am Not a Buddhist, offers both a critique of Buddhist exceptionalism, and a way forward for our globalized and diverse cultur…
 
In January 1972 a Japanese soldier was found hiding in the jungle on the Pacific island of Guam. He had been living in the wild there for almost 30 years unaware that World War Two had ended. His name was Shoichi Yokoi. Mike Lanchin spoke to his nephew and biographer.This programme is a rebroadcastPhoto: Shoichi Yokoi on his arrival back in Japan i…
 
In episode 312 we look at the astrological forecast for August of 2021, with astrologers Austin Coppock, Chris Brennan, and special guest co-host Chani Nicholas. August begins with Jupiter having just retrograded back into Aquarius, which it had left when it moved into Pisces on May 13, returning for some unfinished business from earlier in […]…
 
This week on Babel, Jon talks with Peter Salisbury, the International Crisis Group's senior analyst for Yemen with over a decade of experience working on the country. They discuss who's fighting in Yemen, what's at stake in the ongoing battle over Marib, and why the international community needs to broaden its mediation efforts to end the Yemeni co…
 
Professor Adelle Blackett is the chief legal architect behind the International Labour Organization's first comprehensive standards offering protections and rights to more than 60 million domestic workers. In her public lecture to Cornell University, the Canada Research Chair in Transnational Law at McGill University addresses why we urgently need …
 
For the last decade, Roman Mars has been exploring the hidden stories behind architecture and design in his podcast 99% Invisible. He speaks with Nahlah Ayed about how learning to read the secret language of cities reveals reasons for delight all around us, why he sees cities as ‘evolving organisms,’ and how war and disease shape the built environm…
 
We a can all sleep easy at tonight knowing Governments become "the single source of truth" --no need to ask questions any more folks . . . and with that great news Expert Doctors release new safety recommendation include "NO BARE BOTTOM farting", and the big question that everyone is asking . . . what price will you, I, and our children end paying …
 
Courage, corruption, culture and competition – all major factors in the life and times of the first women’s football team in Somalia and its inspirational young coach, Shaima Sellal. The government gave the go-ahead for a women’s team in 1994, but it did not take off because of the continuing civil war. Football can be a casualty of the conflict in…
 
This week’s guest is Yasmeen Mjalli, founder and creative director of nöl collective based in Ramallah. We talk about growing up surrounded by white people, immigrant parents’ fear of assimilation, seeing the beauty in your own culture, life altering transitions, liberation from reclaiming your identity, and so much more. This was such a special co…
 
The first time that Naji al Ali drew Handala, the little refugee boy with shabby clothes and no shoes, he depicted him with his face towards the audience. But after his disappointment in the Americans and Arab leaders in the early seventies, he turned his back towards the viewers in protest against the 'American way' and the negative tides in the r…
 
This week Ellie, Alia, and Nadia discuss some of the lesser-known dealings of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, such as his massive investment in the video game company SNK. Why does this matter? These “soft-power” moves ensure that international corporations will pressure their governments not to sanction Saudi Arabia – despite the state’s h…
 
We hear about the start of the war in Darfur, through the eyes of a teenage boy whose life was changed when the Sudanese military allied to a local militia, the Janjaweed, laid waste to villages across the region, killing and raping as they went. We hear from a survivor of Norway's worst day of terror, when a far-right extremist, Anders Breivik, la…
 
As the Olympics start in Tokyo, we’re focusing on Japanese artists who are examining history, re-inventing tradition and telling new stories.Visual artist Meiro Koizumi tells presenter Mariko Oi about the importance of capturing lost war stories and his artistic take on the Olympic torch relay. Koizumi’s prize-winning video installation The Angels …
 
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