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 Back in the USSR 
 The Soviet Union and the Palestinian Liberation Struggle
 Regular Show
 Siegfried Barazov
 Back in the USSR  
 For non-profit use only.
 Public Domain 
Back in the USSR continues with its discussion of the Palestinian struggle for self-determination and an end to the system of Israeli colonial Apartheid in historic Palestine. I’ve previously touched on the role that the Soviet Union itself played in supporting the Palestinian liberation struggle during the Cold War years. The Soviet Union was backing progressive anti-colonial and national liberation movements throughout the Third World, notably including the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) and the African National Congress (ANC), both of which were considered terrorist organizations by the US government at the time, just as people like Nelson Mandela and Yasser Arafat were considered terrorist leaders because they wanted real self-determination for black South Africans and Palestinians respectively and were willing to work with the Soviet Union, Cuba, Libya, East Germany and other socialist states to achieve their goals in the face of Western hostility.
Originally broadcast on January 13, 2018.

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01:59:58 English 2018-01-13
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