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Mark Levine

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Professor of Modern Middle Eastern History at the University of California Irvine; author of Heavy Metal Islam: Rock, Resistance, and the Struggle for the Soul of Islam and producer of Flowers in the Desert, a compilation album featuring hard rock, metal, and hiphop bands from around the Muslim world

Mark Levine on KCRW

Today’s 72-hour ceasefire in Gaza lasted about 90 minutes, and the fighting has been resumed. Now, we’ll pull back and look at what it’s like to cover this ongoing story.

Truth, Lies and the Fighting in Gaza

Today’s 72-hour ceasefire in Gaza lasted about 90 minutes, and the fighting has been resumed. Now, we’ll pull back and look at what it’s like to cover this ongoing story.

from To the Point

Over the weekend, Egypt opened the Rafah crossing on Gaza's southern border, a sign that the current military regime may be more responsive to its people than the Mubarak government…

Middle East Democracy versus the 'Club of Kings'

Over the weekend, Egypt opened the Rafah crossing on Gaza's southern border, a sign that the current military regime may be more responsive to its people than the Mubarak government…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Over the weekend, Egypt opened the Rafah crossing on Gaza's southern border, a sign that the current military regime may be more responsive to its people than the Mubarak government…

Saudi Arabia and the 'Club of Kings'

Over the weekend, Egypt opened the Rafah crossing on Gaza's southern border, a sign that the current military regime may be more responsive to its people than the Mubarak government…

from To the Point

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