Category Archives: Videos

Videos of my TV show Belahdan

Caravan Under The Stars , Jawaahir Dance Company Gala Party

May, 9th at Cassandra Dance School… Caravan Under The Stars.. Fundraising Party..

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Mohamed Noor, Rare Murder Conviction. Is It ‘Hypocrisy,’ or Justice?

The national debate over race and policing has felt particularly close to activists in Minneapolis, who viewed several cases in their region as examples of police officers not being held accountable for killing black civilians.
But when the justice system finally came down on an officer in a fatal shooting this week, it was not exactly the victory those activists had been seeking.
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Two Friends Under The Influence, The Story of Diego Valles & Marko Fields .

This is a story how arts brings people together, a story of two artist, Marko Fields of Mojo Coffee Gallery, and Diego Valles of Mata Ortiz, Mexico… , his arts revitalized old Mexican ceramic art tradition..

 

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38th Minneapolis St. Paul Film Festival, My Conversation with Programming Director, Jesse Bishop

 

38TH ANNUAL MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL. APRIL 4-20, 2019.

MSPIFF is Minnesota’s largest film event and one of the longest running film festivals in the country. Each year, the festival presents more than 250+ bold, exciting, and moving works from new and veteran filmmakers from around the globe.

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Arab Spring Finally In Algeria, Commentary

Abdelaziz Bouteflika, the ailing Algerian president whose candidacy has spawned weeks of protests in his tightly controlled nation, announced Monday that he would not seek a fifth term in office.

The announcement was a concession to citizens who have turned out in ever-increasing numbers on the streets of Algeria’s cities to demand that Mr. Bouteflika give up plans to extend his 20-year rule.

But the same statement also canceled the election that had been scheduled for April, raising questions about how long the president would remain in power.

“There will be no fifth term,” a statement released to the official news agency in Mr. Bouteflika’s name said Monday night, adding, “and for me there has never been any question of it, my health and my age giving me only as my final duty to the Algerian people contributing to the founding of a new republic as the framework for a new Algerian system.” NT

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