Mideast Residents Scott Simon speaks with four residents of the Middle East about the Saudi Peace proposal and life during escalating violence in the region. Guests are: Anita Tucker, an American citizen who lives in the Israeli settlement of Netzer Hazani; Moshe Halbertal, a professor of philosophy at Hebrew University and a fellow at the Hartman Institute in Jerusalem; Jad Issac; the director of the Applied Research Institute in Beit Sahour; and Islah Jad, a lecturer at Birzeit University in women's studies and politics and development.
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Mideast Residents

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Mideast Residents

Mideast Residents

Mideast Residents

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Scott Simon speaks with four residents of the Middle East about the Saudi Peace proposal and life during escalating violence in the region. Guests are: Anita Tucker, an American citizen who lives in the Israeli settlement of Netzer Hazani; Moshe Halbertal, a professor of philosophy at Hebrew University and a fellow at the Hartman Institute in Jerusalem; Jad Issac; the director of the Applied Research Institute in Beit Sahour; and Islah Jad, a lecturer at Birzeit University in women's studies and politics and development.