Bloody Sunday, child murder in Palestine and terror in Paris (E277)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on Palestinian child murders, the Stormont Crisis and ISIS attacks in Paris. The Palestinian ambassador to Britain, Manuel Hassassian, discusses the connections between Israel and Islamic State (formerly ISIS/ISIL). Afshin remembers those who have died in colonial legacy conflicts from Paris and Sinai to Beirut as he investigates the 1961 Algerian massacre in France. Liberal Democrat peer Lord Alderdice, a former Speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly, talks peace, the UN’s Global Goals and the history and psychology of conflict, plus what happens if the UK leaves the European Union. And former MI5 intelligence officer Annie Machon talks about why the secret services in Paris didn’t foil the terror attack and whether David Cameron’s 1,900 new spies could save Britain from future attacks.


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