In this video, introduced by TMR managing editor Rana Asfour, writer Amal Ghandour interviews author Raja Shehadeh.
Palestinian attorney Raja Shehadeh, author most recently of We Could Have Been Friends, My Father and I: A Palestinian Memoir, discusses his latest work, along with such previous books as Palestinian Walks and Strangers in the House. He is a Palestinian lawyer and writer who lives in Ramallah. Shehadeh is a founder of the pioneering, nonpartisan human rights organization Al-Haq, an affiliate of the International Commission of Jurists, and the author of several books about international law, human rights, and the Middle East.
Amal Ghandour is the author of This Arab Life: A Generation’s Journey into Silence. Since 2009, she has held the position of Senior Strategy Adviser to Ruwwad al Tanmeyah, a regional community development initiative that spans Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon, and Egypt.