Video: Roger Waters’ UN Address in Solidarity with Palestine

Dec 1 2012 / 8:52 pm

Roger Waters – musician, singer-songwriter, composer and a founder member of the rock band Pink Floyd – speaking on behalf of the Russell Tribunal, delivers a speech in front of delegates on the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People (Nov 29, 2012).

The day he delivered his speech marked an important development in the Palestinians’ bid to statehood as they are now recognized as a non-member observer state.

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2 Comments for “Video: Roger Waters’ UN Address in Solidarity with Palestine”

  1. Joey UAE

    Roger waters speech still resonates just like his music. The annual anniversary of this speech has come I hope that the UN makes some progress.

  2. Joey UAE

    Roger waters speech still resonates like his music. I hope that in the eve of the annual anniversary of these great speech.

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