A discussion with Raja Shehadeh, Human Rights Lawyer, Author and Recipient, Orwell Prize for Literature.

Raja Shehadeh is the author of the highly praised Strangers in the House and When the Birds Stopped Singing. A Palestinian lawyer and writer who lives in Ramallah, he is a founder of the pioneering human rights organization Al-Haq, an affiliate of the International Commission of Jurists.

His most recent book is A Rift In Time: Travels With My Ottoman Uncle.

Co-Sponsored by the Middle East Forum at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies