The Eleventh Annual Samuel Neaman Memorial Lecture

The Eleventh Annual Samuel Neaman Memorial Lecture by Mr.Sayed Kashua on:

The Unheard Cry for Citizenship

Sayed Kashua is an Israeli Arab journalist, screenwriter, author and publicist, writer of the satirical column "barrel refusal" at "Haaretz" supplement, and in the past at "Ha'ir", winner of the Prime Minister's Prize for Hebrew Writers for 2005 and Kugel Prize for Literature in 2011. Author of the bestsellers "Dancing Arabs", "And there will be morning" and the "One second Body" that translated into several languages ​​and screenwriter of the successful comedy- drama series "Arab Labor" (wikipedia)


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