Students for a Democratic Society Tampa supports the nuclear agreement hammered out between world powers and Iran. They’re organizing a sign-waving to support the deal next Tuesday at lunchtime on the campus of the University of South Florida, Tampa. It’s September 15 at 12:20 p.m. in front of Cooper Hall. WMNF News interviewed SDS Tampa’s Gage Lacharite:
A retired Israeli Brigadier General told an audience at the University of South Florida in Tampa Thursday he supports the nuclear weapons agreement between Iran and the U.S. and other world powers. Shlomo Brom was part of a forum called Iran’s nuclear agreement and violent extremism in the greater Middle East: the implications for U.S. foreign… Read more »
by Rob Lorei This morning on Radioactivity, we speak with Robert Naiman, policy director at Just Foreign Policy, independent and non-partisan organization dedicated to U.S. foreign policy reformation that is based on diplomacy, law and cooperation. Naiman offers his perspectives into the meeting between President Obama and King Salman of Saudi Arabia today that will address a cooperative… Read more »
Today on Radioactivity, Host Rob Lorei speaks with journalist Ali Abunimah, author of several books on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and executive director of Electronic Intifada, an online independent journalism website that offers a Palestinian perspective to the ongoing impasse. He joins us today to talk about the boycott,divestment and sanctions movement against Israel, and oppression faced by… Read more »
U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor (D-Tampa) says she has not yet announced her position on the Iran nuclear agreement. At an unrelated event Wednesday morning at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Castor answered questions from media and said, “I’m going to make an announcement in another week or two.” The Republican-dominated House is likely… Read more »
Today on Radioactivity, Host Rob Lorei interviews 13th District Congressman David Jolly, who makes his case for his run for the senate seat vacated by Marco Rubio as he runs for president. Jolly outlines his positions on the the Affordable Care Act, current foreign policies regarding Iran and ISIS, and Social Security. He also calls Donald… Read more »
Today we talk with William Beeman chair of the Anthropology Department at the University of Minnesota, who in a recent article argues that Iran its recent negotiations over its nuclear program, saying the country’s negotiators bluffed by “by giving up activities in which it had never engaged and never intended to engage in .” Leaked documents… Read more »
United Church of Christ national meeting votes to divest from Israeli settlements
Tampa activists call attention to plight of hunger striking Palestinian
Solidarity actions in Tampa to support hunger-striking Palestinian prisoner
USF students remember the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians
Terrorism expert Loretta Napoleoni explains the spread of ISIS and its appeal to western youth
Middle East Studies Professor criticizes Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Speech to Congress
Sami Al-Arian interviewed live on WMNF from Turkey
Tampa teen interviewed by UN Human Rights Council Commission of Inquiry into the 2014 Gaza Conflict
Ali Abunimah weighs in on Paris attacks aftermath
The Fairness Doctrine with Jennifer Sulivan, and The Tampa Bay Rays might look outside of St.Pete for new stadium.
Journalist will warn USF Tampa students about Israeli leaders inciting racist violence
On True Talk today the following dialogue between a Palestinian Peace activist and an Israeli settler was aired.
Today Radioactivity asks: Are ISIS terrorists gathering in Mexico and planning to attack the US? And we’ll look at another possible hospital scandal involving Governor Rick Scott.
Tampa activists will try again to block ship of Israeli company
Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei speaks with Historian Robert Westman, professor of History and Science Studies at the University of California, San Diego
Today on Radioactivity, Rob Lorei perspective from a Middle East analyst,Raed Jarrar. Jarrar is an Iraqi-born Arab-American architect, blogger and political advocate.
Activists at Port Tampa Bay rally, but are unable to stop an Israeli ship from unloading its cargo
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) introduces resolution to permit U.S. strikes inside Syria