Today’s Woman Coverage of current events relating to women will be followed by a segment on how art can be used to unite or separate people, acknowledging the recent controversial Dutch film Fitna.
News and Views, A report on an Israeli government minister warning that Israel would respond to any Iranian attack by destroying that country. Israeli public radio reported, “An Iranian attack against Israel would trigger a tough reaction that would lead to the destruction of the Iranian nation..” The broadcast will cover reports that General David Petreaus, the U.S. Commander in Iraq, is expected to tell Congress tomorrow that military intelligence has determined that Iranian personnel in Basra help the Shia militias there to fight the Iraqi army. News and Views also mentions that according to Mohammad—Ali Hosseini, the Iranian Foreign Minsitry spokesman, on Monday Iran received an official note from the US to hold the fourth round of talks on Iraq.. Hosseini said that Iran was studying the note which according to him was a “repeated appeal,”from the U.S. NAV is contacting State for comment.
Roundtable Topic is the struggle of Iranian women for equality and justice. Guest is Elaheh Amani, author and lecturer of women’s studies at the University of California, and a 0political activist on women’s issues. She will be live via the LA polycom.
Late Edition Interview with PNN Congressional Correspondent, Siamak Dehghanpour, about U.S. Commander in Iraq, General Petreaus’, appearance tomorrow before the US Senate’s Armed Services and Foreign Relations Committees.
Newstalk Topic is the latest on human rights in Iran. Guests include Human Rights analyst, Elaheh Hicks, live from the New York Studio And Reza Moeini, Iran press freedom analyst for Reporters Without Borders, by live remote from Paris.