ALL FOR PEACE grassroots Palestinian-Israeli radio has established a model for others to follow.
     They broadcast all day, every day:

                1.  107.2 FM in Israel and the Palestinian Authority
                2.  on the Web at heard worldwide

     RAINBOW -- the English language broadcasts hosted by Mike Brand -- will be every Sunday, and repeated on Tuesdays:

                21:00 (9:00 pm) -- Israel / PA time
                20:00 (8:00 pm) -- European time
                19:00 (7:00 pm) -- UK time
                14:00 (2:00 pm) -- USA Eastern
                13:00 (1:00 pm) -- USA Central
                12:00  (Noon) -- USA Mountain
                11:00 (11 am) -- USA Pacific

     This Sunday and Tuesday -- March 27th and 29th -- guests will be:
                1.  Wafa Abdel Rachman -- MIFTAH
                2.  Maha El Taji  -- The Compassionate Listening Project     

     And today more broadcast history is expected to follow on official Israeli and Palestinian radio.
     This Sunday March 27, 2005, 10:00 am, Palestinian radio will broadcast its first-ever Hebrew song. 
     At the same time, Israeli army radio will simultaneously be playing the same track in Arabic.
     Bassem Abu Sumaya, director of Voice of Palestine, said about the two versions of the song, composed and sung by Palestinian and Israeli singers, hitting the airwaves:  "Broadcasting this song shows we are committed and believe in peace."
     The love song, In My Heart, will be sung by Israeli David Brozza and Palestinian Wissam Murad, who wrote the ballad together.
     The lyrics were written two years ago - at the height of the Palestinian uprising or intifada - by Broza and Wisam Murad's brother, Said, also a member of Sabreen (Association for Artistic Development, in Jerusalem -- ).
     "If Said and I could sit when chaos, bombs and havoc were all around us and could write about love, then others can," Broza told the Reuters News Agency.
    "After all the pain and anger, something sweet can come out."

     Stories about this broadcasting breakthrough
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