Raja Shehadeh, award-winning Palestinian writer, receives shocking news and arrives at a new understanding about the value of his friendship with Henry. Read by Peter Polycarpou.
Raja Shehadeh, the award winning Palestinian writer, lawyer, and founder of the human rights organisation, Al Haq receives shocking news and he comes to a new understanding about the value of his friendship with Henry. He also reflects on the controversial killing of a young Palestinian attacker by a teenage Israeli soldier who was later jailed for manslaughter. Read by Peter Polycarpou.
The music is Reem Kelani's Sprinting Gazelle.
Abridged by Penny Leicester
Produced by Elizabeth Allard.
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