Rafeef Ziadah – “Shades of Anger”

Rafeef Ziadah in London on the 12th November, 2011.

“You tell me I send my children out to die,
But those are your copters, your F-16s in our skies.”

Samah Sabawi will be presenting at the Labor Fringe in Sydney on the 3rd December 12.45pm to 2pm at Darling Harbour – make sure you are there to support if you can!

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