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Rock, Paper, Music: Intifada "Stone Thrower" Debuts Palestinian Soundscapes to Western Listeners
Safa Samiezade'-Yazd, Aslan Media, Feb 19, 2013

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Extolled by Palestinians in the late 80s and early 90s, Aburedwan, better known to his fans as Ramzi - first caught the eye of Arabs worldwide in 1987 when a photographer famously shot a picture of him, dressed in a red coat and scuffed blue jeans, tears running down his eyes, an over-sized rock in each hand, just as he raised his right arm to hurl one at an Israeli sniper he witnessed shoot his classmate in the head as she walked home from a bakery. Now in his thirties, the West Bank's "stone thrower" is a globally recognized violinist, educator and peace activist. [Read the full article]


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