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Public Address 21/10/04 - Be Our Guest, Mr Zaoui

PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/10/04 - Be our guest, Mr Zaoui

Clash of Civilisations: Myth or Reality? | Oct 21, 2004 09:29
GUEST: Ahmed Zaoui from his prison cell

The following is the text of Clash of Civilisations: Myth or Reality?, a lecture by Ahmed Zaoui, delivered on his behalf by Professor Andrew Sharp of the University of Auckland political studies department, at the university on October 19, 2004...,


Hip Hop Blog | Oct 21, 2004 09:28
Russell Brown's Hard News

Scribe has gone gold in Australia. The 'Not Many'/'Stand Up' single has reached the 35,000 sales gold mark, and his debut album, The Crusader will probably soon join it in gold status. This is a remarkable achievement, not least in that both sides of the single hinge on fairly specific...,


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