Forthcoming


a Poem.. a Song..

Iraqi Drum Ensemble Tahrir theme music
"We Little Ones" Children's songs, Palestinian girls; Arabic
CheeryGirlsAndBoys by children in Lebanon; Arabic
"DiliyaDi" Childen's playsong; Arabic
"My Wish", poem for South Lebanon, Arabic Umm Kayed's praise poem for the liberation of South Lebanon, Arabic
"These Words", by Lisa S. Majaj poem from the chapbook These Words
Poem "Daddy's Been Gone" Theater artist Andrea Assaf performs from the "Robin Monologues"
Ali Sayed, "Oh My Southland", Arabic traditional song of South Lebanon, Arabic
"The Poem of Iraq", Arabic read by Bushra Bustani, poet and Professor of Arabic Literature, Mosel University
Tribute to Mahmoud Darwish by vocalist Shadia Mansour; also see Shadia's interview under Features
"The Man Who Makes Brooms" Naomi Shihab Nye reading
"Name of God" AbdalHayy Moore reads a poem for Ramadan
"Tears" Rachida Mohammedi reads from "Tears"; Arabic
"I Knew" Sapphire Ahmed's prose poem on Ramadan
"Arab Apocalypse" 'Arab Apocalypse', excerpt by the author
Poems from "Outrage" Rafia Mazari reads from her collection "Outrage"; French
"A Woman Who Reads Poetry"
"Don't Turn From Me" Poet and novelist Mohja Khaf
"Every Fourth Drop" written and read by Andrea Assaf
"Grandfather's Farm" children's playsong; Arabic
"What She Said", by Lisa Majaj A poem from Palestinian experience
Darwish: "On A Day Like Today" read by Fady Joudah from The Butterfly's Burden (2006) translated by Joudah
"We are Born with Names" by Marian Haddad
Iranian poet Farrokhzad Iran's leading lady poet Farrokhzad is remembered by Fatemeh Keshavarz
Friends Poet Ali Anned; Soufi popular poetry from South Algeria
"Obama"poem (Arabic)
"Al-Najjar" the Carpenter; Children's playsong, Arabic
"Olives and bread" by children in Lebanon; Arabic
"NajwaTil Hasiba" Children's playsong; Arabic
Naomi Shihab Nye reads "Return" America's award-winning poet, Naomi Shihab Nye
"I Am Palestinian", by Mohja Kahf read by poet and author Mohja Kahf
"Claims", by Lisa S. Majaj from the chapbook "These Words" by Lisa S. Majaj
Popular Palestinian Vocal traditional song of The Homelands, Arabic
"Land Holy" by Suheir Hammad written for young Mohammed Dura, killed by Israel troops, at his father's side
"13%", a poem by Amal Bishara A young Palestinian woman comments on what's left of her homeland
Lawrence Joseph reads "August Abstract"
Rumi's "I am You" by translator and interpreter Shahram Shiva
"Soft Facism" read by novelist/poet Mohja Kahf
"I Am From" Lisa Mohammed reads "I Am From"
poem "Mish Kalem" Poet Rania Khalil reads "Mish Kalem"
"Write This" by poet Kazim Ali
"Unyieldingly" Lawrence Joseph reading
"Comply" by Zaid Shlah "Comply" from Taqsim, read by Zaid Shlah
Hacked By Mido Jo Etel Adnan reading from 'The Indian Never Had A Horse'
"I Wash My Body in Beirut" Summer, 2006 from Lebanon, by performance artist Andrea Assaf
"In The Heart of the Heart of Another Country"; Interview 2 "In the Heart of the Heart of Another Country"; a passage, recorded in 2006
"Nations Against Nations"; Arabic poem by Elias AbuSaba
Darwish: "Sonnet V" read by translator Fady Joudah (English/Arabic)
"Malfunctioning Flowtron" by Marian Haddad
"Al-Quds" by Ameer el-Shu'ara, Palestinian poet, in Arabic
"Jerusalem" by Naomi Shihab Nye
 


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Alice Walker, novelist/activist

Tahrir Diwan

a poem.. a song..
poem "I Am Palestinian", by Mohja Kahf
read by poet and author Mohja Kahf

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Flash
poems
poem Qur'an Surat Al-Shams
from 'Approaching The Qur'an', CD.

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Book review
Rafia Zakaria's
The Upstairs Wife: An Intimate History of Pakistan
reviewed by BN Aziz.

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Read about Sally Sharif in the team page.

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