Monday, August 22, 2011

22-Aug-11: Ireland's NEAR 90 FM examines memory and humanity in a time of terror

Ireland's NEAR 90 FM radio devoted its Global Solidarity program, hosted by Michael Fitzgerald, this week to an interview with one of this blog's authors.

Marking the tenth anniversary of the August 2001 Sbarro Jerusalem massacre that took the life of Malki Roth as well as the lives of fourteen other innocent civilian Israelis, Michael Fitzgerald examines how life looks to a family after the murder of a child by terrorists. Arnold Roth "spoke as a parent of how the trauma of this event affected him, his family and the community he belongs to. In a comprehensive interview Arnold Roth pays tribute to the memory and spirit of a daughter who will never grow old."

The program can be heard here.

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