Middle East Panorama radio show on Resonance FM 104.4
Every Friday 14.00 - 15.00 London time (GMT)
- He defends 'Zionism', but he is anti-neo-zionist, he 'asserts the moral right of the Palestinians to their terrorism'. The charitable organization Oxfam refused to accept a donation of £5,000 accrued in royalties from sales of his book, 'After the Terror'. The director of the Holocaust museum in Frankfort, Micha Brumlik, called him an anti-Semite. When the Palestine Society at SOAS realized that he was a Zionist, an invitation to a meeting of the Palestine Society at the School of Oriental and African Studies, a college of the University of London, was dropped from the list of speakers. His last book, 'Humanity, Terrorism, Terrorist War: Palestine, 9-11, Iraq, 7-7' is to be released in September 2006. 'In the context of the Middle East violence is usually referred to as "terrorism", but the actions of the American and British forces are not. Is it because 'Democracies' do not practice terrorism?' Ted Honderich has been the Grote Professor of the Philosophy of Mind and Logic at University College London, and visiting professor at Yale University, the Graduate Center at CUNY, and Brooklyn College. >> Listen to the interview >> Read Why Ted Honderich is Wrong on all Accounts
- The Lebanese musician and composer Rabih Abou Khalil :pieces from his album 'Tarab'. Rabih Abou Khalil, with other musicians, is performing at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, UK, on Wednesday 10 May 2006.