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New Bloc Québécois Motion: Recognizing Palestine in Canada?

by Under The Olive Tree

New Bloc Québécois Motion: Recognizing Palestine in Canada?
New Bloc Québécois Motion: Recognizing Palestine in Canada?

We talked with Bruce Katz, co-president of PAJU (Palestinian and Jewish Unity). PAJU is one of the Palestine-solidarity groups that endorsed a new motion presented recently by the BLOC QUÉBÉCOIS calling on the Canadian Parliament to recognize Palestine as a state.

136 out of 196 (70.5%) UN members already recognize Palestine as a state.

The interview was conducted by Sawssan Kaddoura, host of Under The Olive Tree.

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Under the Olive Tree is a Montreal-based radio show that discusses various topics related to Palestine. It airs Live on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, Quebec (ckut.ca - 11am to 12pm) and on CFRC 101.9 FM in Kingston, Ontario (cfrc.ca - 4pm to 5pm). For more information, visit our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/uot.ckut

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